Posted in Economics, Featured, Social Movements, Video “The College Conspiracy” August 1, 2011 5 Comments Is sending your child to college always the best option in today’s conditions? Check this out. Share: Author: Admin Related Articles The Conservative Stand Sen. Ted Cruz: Any president worth his salt would overturn Iran deal Calvin Coolidge – A Great President, Plus a Bonus Chicken Story Neo-Marxism: Cultural Marxism, Postmodernism, And Identity Politics Thank you Senator Cruz and all who stand with him Trevor Loudon’s US Itinerary Updated! France Next? Big Oil Underwrites Anti-Israel Conference
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Excellent video!! I hope my son watches this as he is planning to take out a college loan. He is in his second term. He was homeschooled and taught himself computer graphic art and became very proficient at it, creating his own web business. Thank you for this video.
I bought the ‘College Kool-Aid’. The old formula no longer works. College is Big Business and they know how to market it well, especially during hard economic times. If you wish to become a College Professor and put out a new Text Book every year, it is still viable. This should be required viewing for anyone, before they sign the Student Loan papers. Thank you for sharing.
These consequences are unintended? Or intended?
If you want to redistribute wealth and undermine an American Exceptionalism you don’t believe in, then creating these bubbles — even a college bubble — is a great deal.
A friend of mine sent me the following e-mail about why you should not send your kids to a secular university.
“I heard this amazing quote in church today (the guest minister was talking about the diluting influences upon our children), the quote is from an English professor at Northwestern University –
“The children of red states will seek a higher education, and that education will very often happen in blue states or blue islands in red states. For the foreseeable future, loyal dittoheads will continue to drop off their children at the dorms. After a teary-eyed hug, Mom and Dad will drive their SUV off toward the nearest gas station, leaving their beloved progeny behind. And then they are all mine. And so whatever the demographic models suggest, I’m not worried about the red staters out breeding blue staters. As long as their kids need a college education, they’ll come to a blue town, county, or city, and there they will learn a thing or two about the world in which they live – and vote.”
It’s time to stop supporting the leftist collages and Universities!”
Is sending your child to a socialist and progressive leaning into the swamp led by vampiric leaches of teachers who want to create more and more mind drained liberal progressives in a college enviornment more dangerous?