The indoctrination of college students by their ultra-liberal professors has proven to be quite successful thus far, even to the degree that they have been taught to justify the hypocrisies in their various liberal assertions. Conservative college student Oliver Darcy has been doing his part to expose the liberal agenda and hypocrisies on college campuses. Darcy has released three videos that effectively reveal such hypocrisies, one involving the redistribution of wealth but not grades, another in which students refuse to pay their fair share of the national debt, and the latest shows allegedly “pro-free speech” college students signing a petition to ban Glenn Beck, Rush Limbaugh, and other conservatives from the airwaves.
Connecticut's New London High School (left) board recently passed a requirement that all its students must attain a certain level of proficiency in English in order to graduate.
Legal action by the ACLU has prompted a school district in White County, Tennessee, to ban the Gideons from distributing their Bibles to students in classrooms. According to the Tennessean newspaper, members of a local chapter of the Gideons, an international Bible distribution organization headquartered in Nashville, “came into the classroom, and students were invited up to get a Bible if they wanted one.” The paper reported that one student “said she didn’t want to take [a Bible] but felt pressured to do so. Her mother later complained to school officials and then to the ACLU….”
One of the nation’s leading home school groups is urging the Department of Defense (DOD) to change its policy on how many home schooled recruits are allowed into the armed forces. Since 1998 the Home School Legal Defense Association (HSLDA) “has been working with Congress and the Department of Defense to extend ‘Tier 1’ status — the military’s highest enlistment option — to home schoolers,” reported CBN News.
With the federal deficit edging towards $15 trillion, one wonders where federal officials found $2 million to fund a research project in Texas that will photograph students’ lunch trays before they sit down to eat and later photograph the leftovers.
According to The Blaze, the computer program that takes the photographs “analyzes the photos to identify every piece of food on the plate — right down to how many ounces are left in that lump of mash potatoes —and calculates the number of calories each student scarfed down.”