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Thursday, March 14, 2019

50 Actual College Course Titles Proving America’s Universities Are Training Students To Be Socialists

What in the world are they teaching to our young people?  As you go through the list of college course titles below, I am sure that many of you will be completely shocked. Most parents assume that they are sending their children to college to get prepared for their future careers, but the truth is that a lot of our major colleges and universities have become little more than indoctrination centers for progressive thought.  Our college students are literally being systematically trained to be socialists, and it is working.  According to a brand new Harris Poll that was just released, 37.2 percent of all Americans “prefer living in a socialist country”.  But for Millennials and Generation Z combined, that figure is 49.6 percent.  That means that essentially half of our young adults want to be socialists, and that has enormous implications for the future of our society.
So how did this happen?
Well, the truth is that it really isn’t a mystery.  Progressives have a stranglehold on higher education in the United States, and they are training future generations of leaders to think just like them.
Young America’s Foundation has just released their yearly report on the craziest college courses in America, and I pulled some examples out of that report that demonstrate how bad things have gotten.
The following are 50 actual college course titles that prove that America’s universities are literally training our college students to be socialists…

#1 Harvard University: FRSEMR 62O—Who is a Fascist? Culture and Politics on the Radical Right
#2 Princeton University: FRS 139—Marx in the 21st Century
#3 Yale University: AMST 469a—Progressivism: Theory and Practice
#4 University of Alabama: SW 351—Oppression & Social Justice
#5 University of Florida: WST 3349—Ecofeminism
#6 University of Florida: POT 4053—Great Political Thinkers: Machiavelli to Marx
#7 University of Kentucky: SOC 235—Inequalities in Society
#8 University of Missouri: PSYCH 4984—Promoting Social Justice, Diversity, and Inclusion Capstone
#9 Middlebury College: AMST 0269—Beyond Intersectionality: Developing Anti-Racist and Anti-Capitalist Feminisms
#10 Middlebury College: ECON 0405—Economics of Discrimination
#11 University of Minnesota: AFRO 1917—Inequality and the American Dream
#12 University of Minnesota: SOC 3507—Immigration to the United States: Beyond Walls
#13 University of Minnesota: CSCL 3405—Marx for Today
#14 University of Minnesota: CI 5137—Multicultural Gender-Fair Curriculum
#15 University of Iowa: GWSS 1005—Introduction to Social Justice
#16 University of Iowa: GWSS 2045—Working for Social Justice
#17 University of Illinois: GWS 337—Interrogating Masculinities
#18 Indiana University: GNDR-G 330—Looking Like a Feminist: Visual Culture and Critical Theory
#19 University of Maryland: WMST 300—Feminist Reconceptualizations of Knowledge
#20 University of Michigan: WOMENSTD 434—Eco/Queer/Feminist Art Practices
#21 Michigan State University: ANP 859—Gender, Justice, and Environmental Change: Methods and Application
#22 Ohio State University: WGSST 3200—Breaking the Law: An Introduction to Gender Justice
#23 Penn State University: AFAM 147—The Life and Thought of Malcolm X
#24 Purdue University: OLS 45400—Gender And Diversity In Management
#25 University of Wisconsin: HISTORY 346—Trans/Gender in Historical Perspective
#26 University of Wisconsin: GEN&WS 536—Queering Sexuality Education
#27 University of Wisconsin: AFRICAN 233—Global HipHop and Social Justice
#28 Williams College: AFR 342—Racial Capitalism
#29 Williams College: AMST 219—Understanding Social Class
#30 Williams College: ENVI 103—Global Warming and Environmental Change
#31 Amherst College: POSC 407—Contemporary Debates: Gender and Right-Wing Populism
#32 Amherst College: SWAG 351—From Birth to Death: LGBTQ Life Trajectories
#33 Swarthmore College: ENVS 043—Race, Gender, Class and Environment
#34 Swarthmore College: RELG 032—Queering God: Feminist and Queer Theology
#35 Swarthmore College: RELG 033—Queering the Bible
#36 Wellesley College: AMST 281—Rainbow Republic: American Queer Culture from Walt Whitman to Lady Gaga
#37 Wellesley College: SOC 205—Modern Families and Social Inequalities
#38 Carleton College: POSC 275—Black Radical Political Thought
#39 Pomona College: AFRI144A—Black Women Feminism(s) and Social Change
#40 Pomona College: GWS142—Queering Childhood
#41 Claremont McKenna College: GOVT113—Inequality, Politics, and Public Policy: Class, Race, and Gender
#42 Davidson College: SOC 356—Feminization of Poverty
#43 Butler University: RI379—The Problem of God
#44 Creighton University: ANT 178—Global Citizenship
#45 DePaul University: LGQ 338—Sexual Justice: Lesbians, Gays and the Law
#46 Georgetown University: WGST 250—The Breast: Image, Myth, Legend
#47 Providence College: SOC 418—Globalization and Social Justice
#48 St. John’s University: SOC 1170—Inequality; Race, Class and Gender
#49 University of Pennsylvania: RELS 110—American Jesus
#50 University of Pennsylvania: URBS 050—Womanism and Identity Politics in the Realm of Hip-Hop
This system of “higher education” has produced Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and millions of young radical leftists just like her.
And even though she has only been in Congress for a little more than two months, AOC is already one of the most popular politicians in America.
Unfortunately, she is tremendously disgusted with capitalism.  In fact, according to NBC News she just told a large crowd that capitalism “cannot be redeemed”…
She dismissed concern about the government taking over corporations, which she said she doesn’t favor, by saying “corporations have already taken over our government.”
Instead, she said, her view of democratic socialism emphasizes making everything, politics and the economy, more democratic. And she saidcapitalism — which she defined as an ideology of “putting profit above of everything else in society” — “cannot be redeemed.”
Is this where our country is headed?
Is there any hope that we can return to the values that this nation was founded upon?
We better hope so, because those values helped us to become the greatest nation on the entire planet.  I really like how Trish Regan made this point in her recent piece
America is losing its way amid this socialism madness. The new alt-left’s mob-like insanity is spinning a lie– a lie that capitalism is bad and that capitalists are bad.
Capitalism has made us what and who we are as an economy and as a nation.
Alexander Hamilton said during the founding years of our great republic:
“True liberty, by protecting the exertions and talents of industry, and securing to them their justly acquired fruits, tends more powerfully than any other cause to augment the mass of national wealth and to produce the mischiefs of opulence.” – Alexander Hamilton, “Defense of the Funding System,” July 1795, in Papers of Alexander Hamilton, Vol. 19, p. 32.
I very much agree with her.  As a nation, we are definitely losing our way.
Hopefully, we can find our way back because the path that we are currently on doesn’t lead anywhere good.
Article posted with permission from Michael Snyder


Anonymous said...

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Anonymous said...

What Does the Bible Say About Socialism?
Throughout the scripture, from the first pages of Genesis, God gives men and women resources for their use — for their good and the good of others.
1 Timothy 5:8 says, "Anyone who does not provide for their relatives, and especially for their own household, has denied the faith and is worse than an unbeliever."
The responsibility was given to the individual, not delegated to the government.
Under capitalism, people own their property and businesses and are mostly free to use them as they see fit. But in today's politically correct environment a person's use of his or her own property is often mocked as selfish or greedy. Sadly, too many educators today undermine the confidence of our young people in our country's economic systems, insinuating that freedom to use the property isn't "fair" to those without.
Under socialism, people have limited ownership of property and businesses, which must operate under government control and regulation, and the government determines how all profits and property can be used. People who embrace the use of governmental power to suit their own social ends argue that this can create a kinder, gentler society as government decides who gets what, all in the name of helping the less fortunate. This assumes that good-hearted people, i.e. the government, are seizing the assets of less worthy people to give to the more deserving. And it matters WHO gets to decide the definition of "deserving." It sets up a system in which the government picks winners and losers, sometimes to gain the favor of voters.
Under communism, there is no veneer of personal ownership. The government owns and controls the property and the people exist as workers for the state, which controls all of their lives without pretense. In truth, it is the political leadership who control the power and property, and there is little access to opportunity for most people.
But in the Bible, God clearly gives resources to people and then holds them accountable for their stewardship.
"A little sleep, a little slumber, a little folding of the hands to rest — and poverty will come on you like a thief and scarcity like an armed man." Proverbs 24:33-34
But for those whose work yields a profit, sharing with those in need is expected, and not something we can delegate to the government. The Apostle Paul was a great example of this, paying his own way as a tentmaker, and urging others to work to pay for themselves and others.
In Acts 20:35, Paul wrote, "In all things I have shown you that by working hard in this way we must help the weak and remember the words of the Lord Jesus, how he himself said, 'It is more blessed to give than to receive.'"
Socialism insinuates that the person who works is not deserving of the reward and breeds resentment against those who have success and it also weakens the connection between work and reward. Fundamentally, it violates the 10th commandment, "thou shalt not covet," by encouraging people to look at what others have, deciding what should be taken away. But to build lasting wealth and resources, labor is required.
As Christians, we are called to work to the best of our ability, to care for our families and those in need around us. Our work is one way that we communicate to the world around us what a life submitted to Christ can be. We want to honor God with our efforts.
Colossians 3:23 puts it well: "Whatever you do, work at it with all your heart, as working for the Lord, not for human masters."


Thank you

great response

God Bless you

Anonymous said...

Wake up ALL. This is ALSO happening in our Public Schools (K-12)...have you not noticed??? Get your children away from Public Schools as well as they are being Indoctrinated into the Nazi, Socialist system. Now the DEMS want 16 year old students to register to vote in the schools. DUH...can you not see what is happening here? Public Schools work on Indoctrinating the students, then get them registered as DEMS and they will be DEMS forever...AGAIN; Wake Up!!!