Three major problems faced by America’s colleges and universities — and their solutions.
The 1215 Magna Carta limited the power of central government and it forced a reigning monarch to grant his English subjects rights. It laid the foundations for limited constitutional governments, an idea offensive to most leftists.
Although it may be difficult today for American socialist students to study abroad in places like Cuba or North Korea, they could lobby U.S. officials to facilitate it.
As a result of leftist indoctrination, many college students graduate illiterate, innumerate and resistant to understanding.
What today’s academics write, and what journals treat as neutral science, tends to reinforce only one side of the political spectrum.
How can a college criticize the hoaxers but revere ridiculous journals that publish nonsense? The real “hoax” is on students who pay thousands of dollars for useless degrees in fields that end in “studies.”
Most students have not been exposed before to the concept of laissez-faire capitalism and the central role the protection of individual rights play in it.
According to the thinking of academia’s intellectual elite, a minority person cannot be a racist.
A recent Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation survey found that 51 percent of American millennials would rather live in a socialist or communist country than in a capitalist country.