Inclusion

Dartmouth Democrats and the Left’s Ideological Master Race

by Steve MacDonald May 28, 2018

Democrats as a party are not just hypocrites about diversity and equity, they are training future generations of “leaders” to be ideological isolationists. Democrat students at Dartmouth College are much less likely to date, befriend, or even study with someone who has differing political beliefs, according to a recent survey. According to The Dartmouth, 82 percent […]

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Transforming Liberal Arts Education into Liberal Indoctrination

by Steve MacDonald January 20, 2018

Joseph Asch, writing at Dartblog, exposes the fraud of the diversity and inclusion movement in his analysis of a letter by former Dartmouth Provost (and current English Professor at same) Carolyn Dever. Dever penned a missive published at Fosters.com in which she laments the Granite State’s lack of diversity and the horrible future it portends. Irony, that […]

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The Disingenuous Misrepresentation of Free Speech

by Steve MacDonald January 4, 2018

“Paint me” like one of your Trotskyite ‘girls.’ “…from time to time, American colleges and universities are subject to witness hate speech or activity that is disguised as free speech. Such has been the case in recent weeks at several colleges and universities in San Antonio and throughout Texas. As members of the Higher Education Council […]

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So much for the Left’s vaunted ideal of “inclusiveness”, eh?

by Skip September 30, 2017

That’s all we seem to hear about from Progressives that they want and desire a more “inclusive” society. As you can see, at least on this campus, “inclusive” really means exclusive – we will include anyone that is just like us but exclude “The Others”.  Once again, we see the hypocrisy of the Left and […]

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The University Diversity Scam

by Steve MacDonald December 8, 2016

The University of New Hampshire is always begging for taxpayers to backstop its budget. We can’t promise we’ll keep tuition down, UNH insists, without your help. This from the ‘culture’ that pays $17,570.00 for a cafeteria table. UNH is also ranked number one for students with loan debt after graduation, mostly because the cheap loan […]

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