Daily Archives: January 2, 2013

Indoctrination, University of Arizona Style

Appearing on Fox News, University of Arizona graduate Katie Pavlich accused her alma mater of indoctrinating students and displaying intolerance toward conservative views.

“They try to crowd out not only any form of traditional ideology — conservative ideology — and also any ideology that does not fit with their leftist propaganda that they force onto their students in classes and threaten that they won’t pass the class unless they adhere to it.”

That drew a denial from Nyles Kendall, a political science major writing for The Daily Wildcat. It’s the prim and proper showpiece for how a left-wing education at the secular humanist university churns out left-wing propaganda. Kendall responded:

Of course, anyone currently enrolled at the UA knows that the university goes out of its way to accommodate different points of view. The UA College Republicans and the Bible-thumping proselytizers who set up shop on the UA Mall can hardly complain of having their views suppressed in any way.

That’s 100 gallons worth of water carrying for the secular humanist university. But apparently not everyone enrolled at or graduated from UA has been fully immersed in Kool-Aid swirling to the Left.

Then Kendall launched into his own attempt at indoctrinating Arizona alumni:

If trying to teach students the importance of inclusiveness is tantamount to “ideological indoctrination,” so be it. The world would be a much better place if folks like Pavlich got off their high horses and started embracing that kind of “radical liberalism.”

Said Kendall mounted on his own high horse – imposing his will on others and perfectly making Pavlich’s case for her: either get with the secular humanist program or risk being excluded and ostracized.

Oh, but Kendall wasn’t through shooting holes in his own argument. He finished with a bulls-eye:

So the lesson here, kids, is this: Accept and embrace each other’s differences and don’t baselessly accuse your alma mater of indoctrination.

No, the real lesson here is this: accept and embrace only the preferred viewpoints, the secular humanist positions. Or prepare for the full dose of indoctrination radiation … at Arizona, Arizona State, Northern Arizona, and every other tax-funded state university in America.

Your Chance to Report Voter Fraud

The Secretary Of State’s Office Need To Hear From Everyone Who Witnessed Voter Fraud And Other Egregious Acts On November 6, 2012. If you have information of any type of fraud taking place during the Nov 6 elections, please contact:  Matthew Roberts, Director of Communications, Office of Arizona Secretary of State office, 1700 W Washington St, Phoenix, Arizona 85007   mroberts@azsos.gov (602) 542-4285 – (o)  (602) 540-3521 – (c).

Group Aims to Restore Public Education in Arizona

A Group Of Conservative Activists Interested In Arizona’s Public School Education will conduct an Education Forum with State Superintendent of Public Instruction John Huppenthal from 6-9 pm, Jan. 8 at the Arizona Dept of Education, 1535 W. Jefferson, Rm 409, Phx. Contact phone:  Joan Campbell 602-542-5423. Topics include:

  • A proposed resolution regarding teaching the true history of the US in public schools.
  • The origin of“Common Core,” – implementation of uniformity throughout the State.
  • The origin of school curriculum in relationship to local school board input.
  • School funding.

Arizona’s Republicans Vote No on Controversial Bill

All five Arizona Republicans in Congress voted against the controversial bill which passed last night. Fox News described the bill this way:

Congress gave its final approval Tuesday to a bill halting massive tax hikes  and delaying a risky round of spending cuts, sending the package to the  president’s desk and likely averting for now an economy-stalling fiscal crisis.  President Obama said he would sign it.

The 257-167vote in the House came after a day of high drama on  Capitol Hill, during which conservative House lawmakers voiced serious concern  about the Senate bill’s lack of spending cuts. Rank-and-file Republicans  initially predicted they would tinker with the package, raising the possibility  the Senate would abandon it and nothing would get done before the new  congressional class is seated Thursday.

Congressman David Schweikert issued this statement:

“Sadly, a new year brings more of the same.

“Only in Washington would a bill that spends more, taxes more, and creates more debt, without addressing our out-of-control spending be called a ‘balanced approach.’

“Further, this is not a compromise and it certainly does nothing to address our entitlement crisis or the $16 trillion in debt that continues to grow every day.

“Any fix to our economic woes will be nothing more than window dressing until we address our spending problem.

“However bleak this fiscal cliff ‘solution’ may look, I am only more determined to continue to do what Arizonans sent me to Washington to do—fight to reduce the size and cost of government.

“Our fight is just beginning.”

But don’t expect U.S. Senator John McCain to join that fight. He voted for this huge tax hike, helping it pass 89-8 in the Senate. So did Senator Jon Kyl in one of the final key votes before his retirement.

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