Rice A Hotbed Of Wild-Eyed Liberalism That Undermines Family Values, Group Says
The Rice Owl, swooping in to take your your America
If you dare to step onto the campus of Rice University -- and we don't suggest it, after reading the most recent report from CampusReform.org -- be prepared to experience rampant liberalism dedicated to undermining family values.
Not to mention a piss-poor football team.
CampusReform.org (a "grassroots mobilization tool for liberty- loving student activists") has rated Rice in its ongoing study of the top 100 campuses in the U.S.
Not only do most professors' political donations go to Democrats, but -- wait for it -- "Rice offers several politicized courses that undermine traditional values through the Center for the Study of Women, Gender, and Sexuality."
Those heinous courses include:
-- Introduction to Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Studies; -- Gender, Subjectivity, and the History of Photography; -- Queer Theory; and -- several other feminist courses.
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"Several other"? Quelle horreur!! Oh, and "The Department of Sociology is dominated by Marxist categories of class, race, sex, and sexuality."
"America's colleges and universities are dominated by liberals, and Rice University is no different," said Morton Blackwell, founder of CampusReform.org. "Too often, the campus left uses its power to indoctrinate the next generation."
In order to avoid indoctrination, we can only suggest going to institutions of higher learning such as Bob Jones University and Liberty University.
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