Breitbart’s Big Education can’t come soon enough
Since I’m a college student and battle liberal professors everyday, I’m going to post these two videos from Liberal Education that feature liberal professors caught on tape.
I’d like to touch on the second video in which a professor talks about the “American Dream.” She says that there is a myth perpetuated that America is a “classless society” and that people cannot go from poor to rich. This is the typical liberal mantra. I have heard it in anthropology and sociology in which professors will ask students if the American Dream really is reality. Often, professors will say that not everybody can become rich, which is apparently evidence that the American Dream is false, though they ignore that basic economics will tell you that not everybody can be rich due to scarcity of resources. In fact, scarcity of resources is essential to why socialism and communism have never worked, in fact, these ideologies have made people equally poor. In fact, this view that America is a class society is perpetuated in films shown to students and is called conflict theory in sociology and is undeniably Marxist in its logic.
In fact, here is a sociology professor’s Powerpoint slides on the social class and the American Dream:
Paraphrasing Andy Levy: If healthcare is a right, then how can the government deny anyone any care they want or need? Also, I’d like to add, if healthcare is a right then why is Obama’s health plan not really kicking in until 4 years?
Here, the teacher knocks the functionalist perspective in sociology (because clearly the Marxist conflict theory is where it’s at), and features a cartoon by liberal and Howard Zinn supporter Kirk Anderson.
In the next slide, the teacher includes a video of “The Way We Live: Ups and Downs of Social Stratification.” The clip is part of a series that is a “comprehensive introduction to Sociology.”
“Ups and Downs of Social Stratification,” which is part nine, is described as:
9. Ups and Downs: Social Stratification
Since the 1950s when opportunity reached its peak, the gap between the “haves and have nots” has grown. This lesson looks at social stratification and the dimensions of social inequality that exist in the United States. Factors that contribute to stratification are discussed, including race, gender, education, income level, and changes in the workplace.
Clearly. Not. Biased. At. All. Also, viewers of Michael Moore’s Capitalism: A Love Story will realize that the description is very similar to Moore’s narrative in said documentary.
And here is the preview slide to the showing of Michael Moore’s Capitalism: A Love Story
The full Powerpoint can be found here.
Just for fun here’s two professors debating
And here is a stoned professor