So, exactly what damage was done in offering something on history in a college that should be teaching that very same history? The cost of college tuition is way too expensive for ‘learning’ experience like this.
Very good article on our chances in the the current climate of the world. Major heads of states refuse to acknowledge the real dangers of terrorism and ply their citizens with laws and regulations that forbid them to even consider this possibility much less share it on social media. Reality of the situations in Europe tell a different story. And, if we don’t get enough people to ‘read’ this story, we will soon be living this story.
I often wonder what our country would be like if we went back to the days when journalists and newspapers actually reported the news and were not ‘bought’ minions of the Democratic Party. Perhaps, a time when the voters were not quite so gullible in believing the first thing they hear on the drive-by media news and they could make all sides of the opinion stand up and think, argue, and productively come to a conclusion. We have been spoon-fed too much and it shows in the views and attitudes of the upcoming generation of college students who need a safe place to process instead of the guts to make a decision based on facts. We need to put real history courses back into the schools instead of the watered down, politically correct versions so we don’t continually repeat the worst of the past.