Wednesday, July 02, 2008

Daily effects of indoctrination 2, part 1 

Today's is just a caption, which might be the best encapsulation of liberal fascism I have seen on campus. This sits on the middle of the bulletin board highlighted yesterday.
The reminder of Christopher Lasch's "Hillary Clinton, Child Saver" could not be more compelling. As we approach Independence Day Friday, a recollection of this quote:
"We can talk all we want about freedom and opportunity, about life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness, but what does all that mean to a mother or father who can't take a sick child to the doctor?"
h/t: Ed Morrissey. Goldberg found that It Takes a Village �argues for interventions on behalf of children from literally the moment they are born.� Why do we have a classroom project (or so it appears) based on an assault on parental rights? If a parent walked by this while bringing her son or daughter to my office for advising for freshman orientation, what should I say?

The more I look at these pictures on the bulletin board, the more I think It Takes a Village is the theme.

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