Tweet I know I’m just grumpy, but this promotional mailing from Ithaca College rubbed me the wrong way: Ready to write environmental wrongs. Ithaca College will turn your academic passions into unforgettable experiences — and make you ready for the adventure of your life. I know that the first sentence is meant to be a [...]
Tag Archive 'Indoctrination'
Tweet The other day, Zombie put up a post that resonated with me on more levels than you can imagine. It turns out that Zombie deciding to drop in on a lecture at UC Berkeley (my alma mater) to hear a lecture by an English as a Second Language, or ESL, professor (my father’s job), [...]
Tweet It’s already old news to you that statistical data shows that Obama is the most polarizing president ever. Much as I’d like to blame Obama, it seems that, rather than causing the polarization, he reflects it: One Gallup chart ranks presidents from Eisenhower to Obama on polarization during their third year in office. Obama [...]
Another example of how liberals teach our children — even when they’re unclear on the concepts themselves
Tweet Readers of my blog know that one of my personal bête noires is liberal indoctrination in public schools. I blog about it frequently. My last outing on that subject was here, and I’ll get back to that in a little bit. First, though, I’d like you to see how one public school teacher saw [...]
Tweet One of the most horrific things about both the Nazis and the Communists was the way in which they indoctrinated children. Children were encouraged to place the State — and especially the state’s leader, whether Hitler or Stalin — above the family, and to give their loyalty to the former, not the latter. Unhappy [...]