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On September 18, 2013 Walter E. Williams published an article titled “Student Indoctrination”.
“The new college academic year has begun, and unfortunately, so has student indoctrination. Let's look at some of it.
William Penn, Michigan State University professor of creative writing, greeted his first day of class with an anti-Republican rant. Campus Reform, a project of the Arlington, Va.-based Leadership Institute, has a video featuring the professor telling his students that Republicans want to prevent "black people" from voting. He added that "this country still is full of closet racists" and described Republicans as "a bunch of dead white people -- or dying white people" (http://tinyurl.com/lve4te7). “
This is nothing new on college campuses. When Richard Nixon was elected president in 1968, many college professors suggested that the world was coming to an end because a conservative Republican was entering the white house.
Most colleges in the United States are liberal and constantly spew liberal propaganda. George Mason University in Virginia and Hillsdale College in Michigan are two of the few exceptions to liberals running the show on college campuses.
Many college students are so profoundly affected by their college professors that they enter college as conservatives and graduate as liberals.
After the 1976 election, the buffoonery of Jimmy Carter caused many college graduates to see the light and return to their conservative roots. Hopefully, 8 years of Obama’s buffoonery will have the same effect.