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University Indoctrination Alive and Well After Obama Re-Election

Dread Wrote: Nov 29, 2012 3:46 PM
Whose fault exactly is that? The university's for presenting a competing point of view or points of view? Did the student blindly nod along like an automaton without questioning? Or did they look into the different points of view presented and decide that the newer one made more sense than the older one? Or did their parents or pastors not really give them the reasons why the values they were taught as children were the correct ones? Did they not arm the student with the best arguments for their beliefs? And if they did, and the student still decides that the best arguments aren't good enough after being presented with another point of view, whose fault is that?

When Barack Obama was re-elected on November 6, the vast majority of professors across the country cheered and continued to force their liberal ideology on their students. In fact, 96 percent of Ivy League professors who donated to a campaign this election cycle, donated to President Obama.

Ivy League educators overwhelmingly supported President Obama with their campaign donations in the presidential election, reinforcing the suspicions of critics who say their bias also shows up in the classroom.

Some 96 percent of faculty and staffers at the eight universities who donated wrote their checks to...