There is a growing demand to end tenure for college professors simply because it has led to incompetence, laziness, snobbishness, radical anti-American politics and a homosexual and anti-Christian agenda. Once tenure is attained, there are few supervisory controls in place to monitor the activities of these elitists.
Where do these people come from? How do they reach these hallowed, lofty levels of tenure? What "trials by fire" do they endure to reach these positions of trust? Besides "just being professors," what other functions or roles do they play in America's education system? It's not surprising to learn they play a huge role in what your children read and are taught at all levels of school, starting in kindergarten.
Just as the "Confederacy" has passed not into history but into non-existence, so are other parts and parcels of our history disappearing. Most people don't realize that just a few states decide what text books will be used in large sections of the United States. So, if a few members on a "selection committee" just happen to have their own agenda or bias, rest assured they will select those textbooks that reflect history as they want it to be, not as it was. Muslims are popping up on Christopher Columbus' ships that sailed to America. Now that is news to me. Europeans (read: old white men) that settled this country and brought their Christian faith and strong moral code with them are assailed as oppressors of the poor and downtrodden, without any proof of such charges. Recently, an excellent article was published in The Washington Times titled "Multicultural Shaping of Teachers." This article explained how teachers were molded into agents of transformation and social engineering. These young men and women, initially starry-eyed and idealist, over the years became the egghead, radical professors so common on today's campuses. ...
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