America’s Colleges Have Become Political Correctness Indoctrination Centers

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Colleges - Political Correctness Indoctrination CentersMost parents assume that when they send their kids to college that they will receive training which will prepare them for a lifetime of employment.  Sadly, the truth is that very little time is actually spent imparting practical skills to students at most of America’s colleges.  Instead, an extraordinary amount of classroom time is spent telling students what they should think and what they should believe.  At this point, most institutions of “higher learning” in this country have been transformed into political correctness indoctrination centers.  There is a reason why college towns have a reputation for being extremely liberal.  The truth is that they are bastions for “progressive” thought.  Each and every day, millions of young adults all across America are literally being systematically brainwashed.  In case you are wondering, I know what I am talking about.  I spent eight years getting three degrees at public universities.  And it doesn’t even really matter what area of the country you attend school.  The “education” that students are receiving at schools in very liberal states is virtually the same as the “education” that students are receiving at schools in very conservative states.  Our young adults represent the future of this nation, and they are receiving a level of indoctrination that is so comprehensive that it would make Joseph Goebbels proud.


Colleges and universities all across this nation spend an extraordinary amount of time and effort to alter the belief systems of their students.  This even extends to teaching them what words are “appropriate” to use and which words are not.  For example, just check out what is happening at the University of Michigan

Dozens of posters plastered across the University of Michigan caution students not to say things that might hurt others’ feelings, part of a new “Inclusive Language Campaign” at the state’s flagship public university that cost $16,000 to implement.

Words declared unacceptable through the campaign include “crazy,” “insane,” “retarded,” “gay,” “tranny,” “gypped,” “illegal alien,” “fag,” “ghetto” and “raghead.” Phrases such as “I want to die” and “that test raped me” are also verboten.

But this isn’t just an advertising campaign.  In fact, University of Michigan students are actually being asked to sign a pledge that they will use “inclusive language” from now on…

Students have been asked to sign a pledge to “use inclusive language” and to help their peers “understand the importance of using inclusive language,” according to campaign materials.

If you think that this is just an isolated incident, you would be wrong.

One survey of 409 colleges conducted in 2013 discovered that 62 percent of them have “speech codes” that “severely departed from First Amendment standards”.

Meanwhile, these “institutions of higher learning” are failing miserably at what is supposedly their primary task.

Today, the average college freshman reads at a 7th grade level.  In a desperate attempt to get as many students through the system as possible, most college courses have been so “dumbed down” that the family dog could pass them.

If only parents knew.  The amount of useful knowledge that their kids are actually receiving is very small.  But most parents are utterly clueless and they just keep writing huge tuition checks semester after semester.

It would be hard to describe how utterly useless some of these college courses are.  For instance, there is one college in upstate New York that is offering a course entitled “The Sociology of Miley Cyrus: Race, Class, Gender and Media“.

Do you think that is going to prepare your child for the real world?

And here is a list of some other actual college courses that have been taught at U.S. colleges in recent years…

-“What If Harry Potter Is Real?

-“Lady Gaga and the Sociology of Fame

-“Philosophy And Star Trek

-“Learning From YouTube

-“How To Watch Television

-“Oh, Look, a Chicken!

Are you starting to get the picture?

No wonder so many students “graduate from college” but are still dumb as a rock.

The following are some numbers about the quality of college education in the United States that come from an article that appeared in USA Today

-“After two years in college, 45% of students showed no significant gains in learning; after four years, 36% showed little change.”

-“Students also spent 50% less time studying compared with students a few decades ago”

-“35% of students report spending five or fewer hours per week studying alone.”

-“50% said they never took a class in a typical semester where they wrote more than 20 pages”

-“32% never took a course in a typical semester where they read more than 40 pages per week.”

But even with so little being demanded of them, most college students in the United States still cannot manage to graduate from school on time.

Federal statistics show that only 36 percent of all full-time students receive a bachelor’s degree within four years, and only 77 percent of all full-time students have earned a degree by the end of six years.

Instead of studying hard, most college students treat college like one giant party.

No wonder so many of them want to extend it for another year or two or three.

And when these kids get away from their parents, their morality tends to go into the toilet.

For example, just check out what one survey discovered about male college students

A third of male students questioned in a survey admitted they would rape a woman if they could get away with it.

The study found that 31.7 per cent of the mostly white American participants questioned admitted they would force a woman to have sex in a ‘consequence-free situation’.

Academics quizzed volunteers on how they would act in a situation where they could have sex with a woman against her will ‘if nobody would ever know there wouldn’t be any consequences’.

These are the leaders of tomorrow?

Are you kidding me?

Our system of college education is deeply, deeply broken.  Like I stated above, I speak from experience.  I earned three degrees from “good schools”, and I saw firsthand how pathetic the system is.

So what do you think?

Is there any way to fix our institutions of higher learning?

Please feel free to share what you think by posting a comment below…


  • kfilly

    When I went to college in the mid 90’s, I was required to take a class called Race and Gender Issues. It was taught by a white male that stated he was like 1/8 of a percent Native American. The entire class was white male bashing. Yes, this has been going on for a long time. All of that course material left my mind after the course was over.

    • Jobe

      Ugh. Don’t ever take a class with a gay professor who wears his/hers orientation on their sleeve. You’ll come out thinking that heterosexuality is the cause of all the world’s ills. That is where I came up with the term “heterophobia.”

      • kfilly

        I didn’t have a choice. It was mandatory for all students to take that PC indoctrination. Everything went in one ear and out the other.

        • Jodie Lynn Gaeta

          At least you had enough sense not to listen to it.

    • Random-11

      Good thing is that college is getting increasingly expensive, fewer and fewer youths being brain scrubbed with this anti-reality.
      Let the white-hating “minorities” and spawns of the “elites” be that thinking-neutered, so much better for the rest of us.

    • krinks

      Funny isn’t it how if one were to live in the ‘burbs amongst us evil white males, you’d live in the safest parts of the nation. In the places where there are less of us the crime rate is out of hand.

      • naked hiker

        In the U.S.
        blacks are like 13% of the population, but well over 50% of the murders (forgot
        what %).

    • frankfan42

      The most discriminated against person in America today is- the white male.

  • rawhunger .

    So college is not unlike the Catholic Church… indoctrinating young people to think and believe a certain way. Who knew the two institutions had so much in common?

    • Jobe

      Yes, but church was never designed to prepare you for the workforce or saddle you with student loan debt for attending.

      • Oiger

        Lets all of us in this country protest agenst the Hel Monster.

        • rawhunger .

          I say protest against ALL religion. It’s backward and primitive that we still believe in invisible beings in the sky. Bah.

    • Teresita Emanuel

      The catholic Church does not indoctrinate young people. It teaches that in the end we must all be guided by our conscience

  • dontblamemeborn1981

    I went to Siena College from 1999 to 2003.

    A Spanish teacher said that in Latin America, “economic growth never benefits the poor.” OK, so how is socialism in Venezuela today benefiting the poor, where people now can’t even find toilet paper and the economy is obviously contracting if there are shortages? The Spanish language department repeatedly protested the continued operation of the School for the Americas at Fort Benning, GA despite the fact that Siena College is in Loudonville, NY and protesting is not a skill used on any job. They were visibly irritated that the Sandinistas lost the 1990 Nicaraguan elections, the rebels in El Salvador lost that country’s civil war, and the rebels in Guatemala also failed to take over there too.

    Don’t forget about tenure, Michael. Bad college professors simply never get terminated due to poor performance. So even though they aren’t providing useful skills for undergrads when they leave, they are pretty much accountable to nobody.

    • Oiger

      get lost satan get lost. stay in hell where you belong. no hell monster is going to mess with me.

    • Venezuela?

      More like a full economic war between their government and those who feel that the government should serve them.

    • Peter Timmins

      I retired from the US Army in 2010 with over 27 years of service and moved to Panama. I can tell you from personal observation that your Spanish teacher was dead wrong about economic growth never benefiting the poor. Down here we have had economic growth of 5% or more for almost 2 decades. The poor here are less in number every year and the quality of life here is constantly rising.

  • Jobe

    Liberal arts colleges are a waste of time and money. During an “art history” class, the question was posed: “what do you think the artist was saying with his use of skewed lines ..blah..blah ..blah.” It was in reference to a very Picasso-ish style painting by some artist whom I’ve since forgotten.

    The most obvious answer to me was “maybe he wasn’t saying anything. Perhaps that was the limit of the artist’s talent.”

    That didn’t go over well. I ended up dropping the class because the assistant teacher (I never saw the actual professor which is a crock) was looking for HIS answer to come out of my mouth and not what I really thought. So much for being “liberal” huh?

    I later graduated with a technical degree (from another school). I deal better with facts and not opinion based politically correct bullsh-t.”

    BTW: I love art and paintings and enjoy collecting free images/prints from the internet. But I’m not about to read something into them that just isn’t there because I don’t “get it.” Or as I like to think..the emperor has no clothes on.

  • DJohn1

    Near as I have been able to tell, the school systems of this country are based on your ability to memorize information and take tests that show you know the information. After which no one gives a care one way or another. So 80% of what that student memorizes is no longer available in that child’s mind 6 months after taking the test.
    The college system of fraternities is really teaching people to hire their friends from college into positions that pay well but do not really do any significant work. It is a good job if you can get it because you went to school with a friend and that friend knows you are loyal to a fraternity brother. So they hire you.
    I think the top CEOs of this country were hired that way. The people backing them up authorize all kinds of crazy contracts giving them wealth and power. It all begins with that exclusive fraternity.
    The U.S. Armed Forces determined that in order to become an officer you must attend and graduate from college. This started in 1946.
    Despite the fact that many officers became officers in combat in World War II. They were given time to get a degree or be demoted back to sergeant or its equivalent.
    This of course backed the entire college system of promotion in the private sector of industry.
    There was a different qualification prior to the end of World War II. It was called practical experience on the job. It meant a lot of managers came up through the ranks to become managers in companies.
    Often apprenticeship programs taught people their skills as youth. They were given a percentage wages of what a fully skilled person had earned. Journeymen went from shop to shop learning additional skills.
    Foremen were picked from skilled Journeymen workers.
    It went wrong. It went wrong because people in colleges did not have the same skill level as people in industry. The old adage was if you couldn’t keep a job as a journeyman or master skilled in a profession then maybe you could go to school and teach. If you couldn’t even teach, they made Deans out of you and administrators.
    One General saw the vulnerability of college educated officers over experienced men. He took men with 20-30 years experience and made something called warrant officers out of them. A warrant officer is W-1 through W-4. W-4 being the top warrant officer rank.
    This general proceeded to have the warrant officers do all the routine management of the base. The W-4s were right under the base commander and had that base commander’s authority. No officer dared contradict them for good reason. They knew the military from the bottom up and they knew what they were doing.
    Private industry never did get it. The experienced people running things made for a good outfit.
    In 1962 we had nuclear weapons aimed at out East Coast from Cuba. 50 some hours later, the weapons were stopped. Those men saved our bacon. Those planes were in the air all that time because of skilled people refueling them in flight. Those planes were mobile nuclear missile planes and no one could keep track of where they were at any one time, especially Russia.
    Those planes worked because of experienced people.
    Since then we have made a form of royalty out of college graduates. Now it is all coming back to haunt us because those same grads are not experienced people.
    Industry no longer has room for all of them.
    So they are just like everyone else without influence from above and that degree is almost worthless. I think the military will still take them in though.

    • jaxon64

      Excellent post–very insightful, thanks…..

    • Randm-11

      “The college system of fraternities is really teaching people to hire their friends from college into positions that pay well but do not really do any significant work. It is a good job if you can get it because you went to school with a friend and that friend knows you are loyal to a fraternity brother. So they hire you.”

      It very much make sense.

      Even if you remove government out of the picture entirely the free market isn´t going to automatically fix everything, cronyism will take a major blow but its won´t be lethal due to the sheer size of the beast.
      What is needed is an extensive rearrangement of the economy and its dynamics, to force the kind of reorganization to bring it down.

  • Cosmo

    When I went to college radicals / liberals / progressives didn’t accept indoctrination or propaganda from the government, the universities, major news, or professors. We questioned everything. It was the late 60’s and early 70’s. If these students and faculty tried to foist this agenda on us we would have ushered them off campus. The “progressives” today are not up to our standards. By the way, we’re the Tea Party today and we still question them.

    • Random-11

      Yes but only because they weren’t the government.

      Now that they agree with the government, they have made an U turn, won´t tolerate dissent.
      Same with drone strikes, Evil under Bush Jr and Common Sense under Obama.

      • Gay Veteran

        that’s because too many liberals are hypocrites

  • tom thumb

    Born and Bred dope parents = Born and Bred dope kids…

  • Bob

    This site censors the same content as MSM. I’ll never come back here again.

  • FreeYourMindinSC

    It is not necessary to make university education exclusively vocational to make it worthwhile. Whatever happened to teaching students history (Magna Carta through our Founding Fathers), critical thinking skills (e.g., in courses in Logic), literature (for sobering thoughts on the human condition), economics including economic theory (not just business), & theology or perhaps comparative religions? Seems to me that if you want a free society, you’ll teach the philosophical & economic principles that underlie human freedom.

    Silly me! Those who would teach such courses are either scrambling from one part-time, adjunct job to the next; working in think tanks; are unemployed; or left academia years ago. And how many of those able to survive in academia want a free society?

    • Baader Meinhof

      Both USC and UCLA teach each one of those courses you mention. I’m a tutor for students at both, and have perused both schools’ courses. I assumed all schools offered these… I suspect all larger ones do.

    • kfilly

      They should want a free society. Perhaps, they should read one of those real history books they despise. The thing is that the people who push for socialism are often some of the first groups to get exterminated by the government. The reason is that these people have an understanding as to how socialism works, and they could be effective at reversing its course. I might not be around to see that part, but it is a piece of irony that makes me chuckle.

    • VigilanteCaregiver

      And maybe take it a step further with practical lessons mixed in with the theory. Actually graduate from college able to DO things.

  • A.S.

    OK, the one about Star Trek is not so bad. The next generation did have a few thought provoking issues, like the episode about exterminating the Borg by putting a virus into a caught single Borg so that he could infect his whole ‘race,’ or the one about expelling the Native Americans from their planet, as they have alway been from North America again and again and again, or the countless episodes about breaking the prime directive (which could be compared to America’s early isolationist policy, yet we went into WWI and WWII and now invading foreign lands through illegal wars).

    And the one about Harry Potter is not so bad as well. Essentially the victor writes the accepted version of history. No one listens to the loser’s side. And sometimes history can be manipulated or even perverted or facts completed subdued. If this class is being taught by a liberal professor, then we can expect that a certain answer will be sought by him/her. So that class will become not really a fact exploring mission, but a parrot repeating master lesson. I for one like asking hard questions and using non-politically correct speech, because that is free speech. I will say, for instance, “Muslim terrorist butchered his co-coworkers over the supermarket’s policy (where he worked) that ‘all forms of religious literature is not to discussed or given out during work hours.’ ” Pardon my language, but screw all media that refuses to call a muslim terrorist a ‘muslim terrorist.’

    • Randme-11

      It would be nice if there was a subverted, non-PC version of Harry Potter or Star Trek.

  • Kim

    You can major in Queer Studies at the University of Oregon.

    • Jodie Lynn Gaeta

      Is that really the name of the class?

  • Ambush Rock

    I guess because it is pointless to say obvious things. Wouldn’t you prefer that they couldn’t say “small pen!s”, “look at that loser with that small pen!s”, etc., when you walked into any given room?
    That’s probably how trannies, illegals, gays, and so on feel. If we make concessions for you, we ought to make them for others too. Sorry.

    • Jodie Lynn Gaeta

      You’re not a bit sorry for that jab. Anyway, the term “illegal alien” is not derogatory; it is simply a factual reference to a person’s unauthorized presence in our country. “Undocumented immigrant” is a euphemism : a phrase that is less expressive or direct but considered less distasteful than another.

    • Mangosteen, $1000 chair

      I don’t give a flying eff what people say about me. I’m a grown adult and words don’t hurt me. Sorry you and others don’t have real world problems and have so much free time to worry about the precious feelings of freaks and invaders.

  • Baader Meinhof

    LOL! Do you know why it was so easy to compile that list of female “predators”? Because there are so FEW of them in comparison to the male ones! It is extremely similar to compiling a list of commercial flights that have crashed versus the SIGNIFICANTLY HIGHER number that have landed without incident.

    But total hats off to you in how masterful you were at taking an article about political correctness in Universities and somehow transmogrifying it all the way over to “look at how bad women are” (while avoiding completely the much, MUCH worse scourge of the male teachers).

    • Jobe

      Nah. The OP was just pointing out that women can be just as big a pig as men.
      I suspect thought that the list is shorter not for the reason you stated, but because so many of the adult-female on underage-male sex crimes go unreported.

      • Baader Meinhof

        Well, if by ‘the OP’ you mean the author, he has been known to exaggerate by leaps and bounds before. Don’t forget, when you report the news as it really is, it’s hardly worth reading. Hence, the hyster!cal articles we read here.

        Also, if you’re one of those guilty-conscience finger-pointers (and you sound very much the type), you sit around trying hard to claim that things aren’t the way they are, but rather the real baddies are the ones we don’t hear about. Sounds like you need to ween yourself off that diet of AVfM, where all crimes are always the woman’s fault, even when committed overwhelmingly by men.

        For every “adult-female on underage-male s3x crime go[ing] unreported”, you’d have to know there are at least 200 unreported crimes with the genders reversed. And if you think that women are abusing males at higher numbers than men are abusing females, you should step away from the electronic device you’re in front of, because you need to get to an emergency room’s psychiatrist immediately. You might pose a danger to yourself and to others.

    • Sunny

      Correct, the male list will be so huge that nobody would have the time to even glance through it.
      But anyway, doesn’t it teaches us that, if given a chance & freedom, women too can be as bad as men?
      What do you think the main reasons are for being that? Just Transmogrification?

      • Baader Meinhof

        I have wondered why women have been becoming as “bad” as men in many respects. Women have been catching up in “good ways” (going to college, earning high-paying jobs, starting successful companies, buying their own home, car, vacations, etc., having successful lives), but they also have been heck-bent on cursing, drinking, fighting, lying, going into debt, getting arrested, etc. (Granted, women still haven’t fully caught up with men in ANY of those regards yet.)

        It seems that if someone starts to imitate men (or what they think men are), they can’t stop at just the good behaviors. So, maybe just transmogrification, maybe not. I wish I did know why.

  • Jobe

    Wow!! Thanks for sharing that. BTW, grats on getting your degree. You truly earned it.

    Yeah, college is one of the few places where the failure of the US high school/secondary school is most apparent. There is also a world of difference between traditional students (right out of high school) and non-traditional students (usually middle-age folks) in terms of seriousness towards their education.

  • Baader Meinhof

    Whereas I wholeheartedly agree (and wish) that those people you mentioned would disappear and make earth better, we must remember that literally EVERY generation’s grumpy old people have ALWAYS shaken their fists at popular young artists.

    All the way back to Aristotle, people have disliked their children’s generation and lamented how far society has somehow fallen in just one little generation since we were young.

  • Jodie Lynn Gaeta

    According to the aforementioned “inclusive language campaign” at the University of Michigan, one should not utter the words “retarded” or “crazy” because such words “perpetuate ableism (sic) by implying that individuals with emotional ,mental, or physical disabilities are abnormal, defective, or inferior”. Here is a tough, bare truth: people with such handicaps are indeed abnormal, and defective , and (at least as touching their disability) ,inferior.

    • iris

      People with disabilities can possibly out-think and out-perform you. Your opinionated criteria as to what constitutes a person worthy of respect, care and perhaps even life itself, is problematic. Some mental illnesses, like schizophrenia and bipolar, are organic in origin, but many individuals are extremely talented in the eyes of society. Some mental illnesses are manageable, some are not, say pedophilia. Pedophiles take advantage of innocent minors. To me they are inferior to someone with Downs Syndrome who is honest, kind and holds down a cleaning job at Burger King, whose struggles are real, just as struggles still continue for African Americans in many parts of our country. All people have value and needs, but not all behaviors should be welcomed in society, when others are hurt by them. And where does it stop? If 75 year olds can be euthanized because they’re old, soon, it will be down to 55. If pedophilia is accepted behavior, soon, so will be bestiality. There is right and wrong, whether we want to face it or not, and both have lasting consequences.

      • Jodie Lynn Gaeta

        Iris, I agree with you %100. Yet I stand by my original statement. A disabled person is inferior with respect to his disability; for instance, an individual in a wheelchair is inferior to an ambulatory person in the matter of mobility. That has nothing to do with intelligence, character, or the intrinsic worth of the person. My comment had to do with the over-emphasis on sensitivity, which I believe sometimes comes at the cost of telling the truth. I have seen grown men and women who have the mental development of infants, and must be fed and changed as if they were babies. Certainly they deserve respect and compassionate care, but they are indeed grossly defective, through no fault of their own.

        • iris

          Thanks for clearing that up, Jodie Lynn, and I agree with you, also. I know in Belgium now, babies can be euthanized up to a year old for no reason, by law. Between elective abortion, euthanasia, sterilization of poor women in third world countries, etc., we’re rapidly losing the understanding of the intrinsic value of life and of the individual. For the severely disabled, I know their care requires great sacrifice, but perhaps they are gifts to society simply for their personage and even for their disability. There are many stories of how caregivers have been greatly blessed, and wouldn’t have traded the experience.

          • Jodie Lynn Gaeta

            Thank you, Iris.

          • Gay Veteran

            “…I know in Belgium now, babies can be euthanized up to a year old for no reason, by law….”

            proof please

    • Gay Veteran

      wow, and I bet Jodie thinks she’s a good christian

      • Jodie Lynn Gaeta

        No, I am not any kind of Christian, good or bad. What I stated is just factual, and not derogatory at all, as I explained in my reply to Iris.

        • Gay Veteran

          interesting you like to toss out words like “inferior”

          • Jodie Lynn Gaeta

            Inferior only with respect to their disability. For instance, a legally blind person is inferior to someone who has 20/20 vision: in the matter of eyesight. But not in character, health, intelligence and so forth.

          • Gay Veteran

            they are less capable than a sighted person

          • Jodie Lynn Gaeta

            “less capable” means of inferior ability.

          • Gay Veteran

            maybe you just like saying “inferior”

          • Jodie Lynn Gaeta

            Let me put the word in a different and more personal context. Since childhood I have been a klutz. I was a slow runner, couldn’t catch or throw, couldn’t swim, couldn’t turn a cartwheel: I was terrible at sports. I am most definitely inferior when it comes to athletic ability. Not for lack of trying. Also I was quite ugly. I have pictures to prove this. I was definitely inferior to most of the other girls in the beauty department. True.

          • Gay Veteran

            and did you have people calling you inferior? did you like it?

          • Jodie Lynn Gaeta

            They said much worse that!

          • Jodie Lynn Gaeta

            Veteran, I deliberately phrased a perfectly unarguable statement in a manner that would seem as if it were demeaning, in order to make my point: that,instead of respecting one another’s right to freedom of speech, we have begun to respect one another’s “right” never to be offended. (Of course, no such right exists under the U.S. Constitution. )Part of this reeducation of our society has to do with over-sensitizing people to make them react to an innocuous statement as if it were chauvinist or hateful..I wrote that handicapped people “are indeed abnormal, and defective, and (at least as touching their disability), inferior”. You cannot argue with that sentence, unless you can prove that a blind man can see as well as someone whose vision is 20/20, or that it is perfectly normal for an individual to have an I.Q. of 45.

          • Gay Veteran

            do unto others as you would have them do unto you

  • Scott D

    And they make comments and act snotty about on-line Universities. I spent four years reading four to five hundred pages a week at Liberty University. Of course my Bachelors was in Religion so political correctness did not quite fit into the program. We learned more valuable subjects like Philosophy, Sociology, History of the Church, which was history of how evil Islam really has been over the centuries, and the fact there are always consequences for one’s actions whether it be an individual or a nation. Luckily I waited fifty years to get a college education so I missed all the liberal indoctrination of the wanna-be Communists Socialists like Bill Ayers

  • Jobe

    I’ll explain. You see, once upon a time musical talent and real artists were “discovered,” and their music sold to listening audiences.

    These days, these so-called “artists ” are no longer discovered but manufactured. They all look and sound alike and all their material is made for them.

    They all wear a headset mic (just in-case they forget to bring a handheld mic to their mouths while lip syncing.) They all have backup dancers with synchronized moves because quite frankly, having them alone on stage is a pretty boring experience because they have no natural appeal.

    I think of performer like Elvis, or Queen’s Freddy Mercury who could rock a concert without much effort because they were TALENTED.

    All I know about Miley is that her tongue is always hanging out or her legs spread wide open airing her vag for the audience. Gaga, is a legend in her own mind and her costumes moronic at best (meat dress? get real). I couldn’t name any of their songs to save my life.

    This is the state of pop music in america today.

  • Arizonan

    All of this truly makes me sick. One used to get educated in schools during the 1600’s , 1700, and 1800’s. You actually learned to THINK. Today kids are so dummed down, they don’t even realize they graduate >cough < with school bills they will pay on till they die. Thank goodness I was in College in the 80's. actually got an education! Course I was an adult by then, with GOALS !

    • iris

      Take a matriculation test offered in the Midwest U.S.A. in the late 1800’s for promotion past 8th grade. I had 4 years of college and made a D+! College in the 70’s for me, was a repeat of of the public school thinking process which was already being drummed into us in the 50’s and 60’s. I learned much more about all kinds of subjects on my own and on jobs after college. We need to ask questions, think critically, to solve problems on our own if possible, think outside the box, and love learning.

  • Gay Veteran

    What’s wrong with saying some one is a ni*** r? If they are, then what’s the problem?

    • VigilanteCaregiver

      And yet, you accuse others of bigotry…

      • Gay Veteran

        wow, my sarcasm went over your head, eh

        • VigilanteCaregiver

          Sarcasm is the use of irony to mock or convey contempt. To have such an attitude one must be biased. I stand by my original comment.

          • Gay Veteran

            yes, I am “biased” against people who use epithets
            you apparently have no problem with it

  • Gay Veteran

    sounds like Gabriele Kuby simply wants patriarchy back

  • Stay away from all of them. Home school or take a private online
    course. Educate yourself!

  • Shadow_58

    This article is way behind times. I’ve been telling my relatives and business associates this since the 1980’s. College’s and Universities have evolved into nothing more than breeding grounds for PC, Progressive Socialist.

  • naked hiker

    aids can be spread by anyone—not just gays (no i’m NOT gay)

    i wonder if the gov’t made it in one of their germ making labs? the main goal is depopulation

    • n h

      i meant to say straight people probably spread it just as much as gays. i need an account so i can edit

      • deldern

        Seriously? Go to the CDC website…it is almost exclusively a gay men’s disease. How can anybody not know that in this day and age?

  • iris

    If a person can be born gay or lesbian, why is it that trained pathologists can recognize the difference between a male and female neuron, bone cell, all of them, except for maybe, red blood cells. I need to double check that one. It is learned behavior/the environment one was exposed to/specific events which influenced the person’s identity, and of course, practiced behavior. And God will give grace and strength if someone chooses to get away from the lifestyle.

    • Gay Veteran

      “…why is it that trained pathologists can recognize the difference between a male and female neuron, bone cell, all of them….”

      get a clue, gay men are still men, and lesbian women are still women

      “…And God will give grace and strength if someone chooses to get away from the lifestyle.”

      really iris, then you can easily get away from the heterosexual lifestyle, right

      • iris

        Yep, GV, I know they’re still men and still women, but the roles they play in their relationships are usually copying the natural roles of male husband and female wife, even if the relationship is short lived.

        • Jobe

          Have you ever noticed when you look at gay couples, especially in photos, one is assuming the role of man while the other is the woman. You can see it in their dress, body language and demeanor. The hetero masculine and feminine roles are always present. Just look at pics of Ellen Degeneres and her partner, for example. Why is that?

          • Gay Veteran

            you are utterly full of it, stop your generalizations

          • Teresita Emanuel

            That’s something I’ve always wondered about.

        • Gay Veteran

          you know this from personal experience?

    • Jobe

      One thing I have noticed among gays is that they usually have experienced some sexual abuse, inappropriate sexual contact or similar traumatic experience in their developmental years.

      • Gay Veteran

        again, project much?

  • Gay Veteran

    and what do we do that hets don’t, pray tell

  • Gay Veteran

    LOL, it is sooooooo funny that the pathetic viewpoints of people like you are now ending up on the dung heap of history.

    “…Often cited in support of gay rights for marriage is the comparison on how interracial marriages were also once prohibited (at least in the US). The flaw in this argument is that one is in reference to race…something you cannot change….”

    and yet bigots like you virulently opposed interracial marriage

    “…Given the number of people who have abandoned homosexuality (yes they exist), I see no justification is legislating specific rights for a specific behavior…..”

    really? so we need no laws protecting the voluntary exercise of religion, eh

    “…Just because you are born with a propensity for a certain behavior, it does not define who you are..only what you do….”

    Interesting comment coming from a person whose heterosexuality defines him.

    “…Being “gay” is not who you are…it defines what you do….”

    Not quite. A celebate gay person is still gay.

    “…So should all of society redefine ancient norms based on this behavior?….”

    what ancient norms? slavery? women being property?

    “…The heterosexual couple/family and marriage are the cornerstone of society. You can not change this without detrimental change to the fabric of society….”

    and yet in law suit after law suit those opposing equality for gays simply could not explain any damage to society

    “…But it seems that opposition for tolerance is not coming necessarily from heterosexuals but rather from homosexuals themselves.
    No one honestly cares who you sleep with in the privacy of your own home. But it would appear that gays want you to not only care but accept it and promote it as well…and what better way than indoctrinating our children. Thus it is the intolerance to heterosexuality that is really at hand….”

    sorry darling, but I don’t give a rat’s a** what you accept. Indoctrinate our children? oh my, are the precious things going to catch the gay?

    “…But as I grew up I saw depression, suicides, drug use and a genuine lack of happiness in the lives of the gays I knew regardless of how accepting every one else is or the people they surrounded themselves with…..”

    jeez, you can say the same about a lot of heterosexuals.

    “…The AIDS epidemic in the 1980s would later underscored my suspicions that this was not just a lifestyle but an illness….?

    God’s judgment right? jeez, guess god was busy before the 1980s.

    Maybe you’d like to study the Great Pox (that would be syphilis) that spread among you heterosexuals.
    so rage on, you tired pathetic bigot. or do you have a street corner to pray loudly at, pharisee

    • Jobe

      Based on your account name, you have proven my point. Your orientation has defined who you are…even when no one really cares, but you feel the need to let everyone “know.”

      Of all the things to express about yourself, you chose “Gay Veteran.” So it seems you have no choice but to label all you are as “gay.”

      To challenge your lifestyle is to take away your identity which is why your comments are so vitriolic. So you miss the point because you are too busy fighting for your psychological life.

      • Gay Veteran

        oh I’m truly sorry, I should have gotten your permission before choosing a screen name.

        “…you are too busy fighting for your psychological life.”

        project much?
        and looking at your comments you seem to be obsessed with us

        • Jobe

          Obsessed? No, but homosexuality has been a recurring theme in my life for unexplained reasons. From family members to old girlfriends that would later turn out to be lesbians, it has forced me to look at the “why” and “how” of this orientation. Hence my observations and conclusions.

          Given that I went from the attitudes “Meh, live an let live” to “there is something suspiciously wrong with gays” within in my lifetime, I’d say I am not a “bigot” in regards to the subject…just an observer stating the obvious that everyone else seems too politically correct to see or talk about…which is what this article is about.

          • Gay Veteran

            stating the obvious? ROFLOL

  • joe d

    Wow , thank for sharing you deeply informed techniques of the luciferian world rulers !

  • Dave

    I notice a difference between universities on community colleges. The students at community colleges were more serious but aware of the issues. University is a coming out ritual , the students have a complete disdain for everything. It is like a four year luxury cruise with a bunch of brats. It is sad that EVERYBODY is required to get a four year degree to get a decent job. With the exception of STEM and a few ivy league school university is a total joke.

    • Kristen Marie Embler

      When STEM graduates are having issues finding jobs, one wonders why people continue to major in the liberal arts where job prospects are even more so limited.

  • N3M3515

    the purpose of the education today is to make the people dumb

  • BlackMetal WhiteZombie

    Is this really a surprise to anyone?? For that you can thank 50 years of failed racial integration policies. And it’s only going to worsen. Many of us predicted the Peter Principle would be proved again with the age of liberalism and their misguided emphasis on “fairness”, being politically correct, and pandering to the lowest common denominator.

    When our schools were segregated, our education system was the pride of the civilized world. After they desegregated, they deliberately lowered the standards and watered down the cirriculum so that public schools and state colleges could accommodate the needs of Black and Hispanic children. Now we’re reaping the rotten fruit of that social engineering – the City of Detroit ALONE has a 47% illiteracy rate AMONG ADULTS.

    You now have an entrenched kakistocracy of incompetent corrupt career lawyer politicians at all levels of government, plus a TRAITOR-in-chief overstepping executive authority to speed the dumbing down of CITIZENS’ kids by flooding schools with MILLIONS of ILLEGALS after LBJ and the Supremes already ruined safe schools and communities by busing MILLIONS of ghetto kids to higher quality schools.

    The unsurprising result – quality of teaching declined as good teachers threw in the towel, grade point averages dropped like flies, expectations declined as grade inflation and crime in and around the schools soared. Now, employers have to pick from this flock. No wonder the jobs are racing overseas!

    Little wonder we rank so low among industrialized nations. We’re now a third world cesspool.

  • Teresita Emanuel

    Been saying for years that children and young people are not being taught to think for themselves in schools, in my opinion a vital part of the education process. I know that the parents play a big role in this, as my parents did , but not all parents are capable through no fault of their own.

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  • deldern

    Psychiatrists are people who need psychiatrists. Few if any have ever brought peace or resolution to their patient’s problems. They are quacks.