I kid you not… these people are so afraid of any competition that they’re willing to sue over, yes, the fact that in a textbook one chapter is generally before another.
This particular story needs to be spread far and wide, to help bust the myth of leftist “tolerance.”
It’s honestly hard to argue with his analysis, but I know some lefties will try.
Just one more example of political correctness and multiculturalism run amok.
The Obama economy at work… far fewer high-school age kids will have summer jobs this year.
Looks like this teacher has a bad case of Obamamania:
Last Monday, a high school student in North Carolina engaged his social studies teacher in a heated debate about politics and the two leading presidential candidates. During the exchange, the teacher (an obvious Obama supporter) got very angry with the student and accused him of disrespecting the president. She even went so far as to tell the boy that he could be jailed for speaking ill of Obama.
Looks like Obama’s commencement address didn’t go over well with at least one Barnard student, Ayelet Pearl:
The oppressive and suffocating categorization of women as this uniformly thinking block is even more rampant at a women’s liberal arts college in New York City, where many women do hold similar political viewpoints. Barnard President Debora Spar, in an interview on MSNBC, boldly told the show’s hostess that “they’re [Barnard students] all huge fans [of Obama].” Is that true? Can the president of Barnard College say, in good faith, that every single one of her students is a fan of President Barack Obama? Are we that unindividual? Or are we just a liberal student body, and, as women, a key component of the Democratic vote? Too often, the assumed answer is yes.
Just when you thought the lefty haven of Massachusetts couldn’t get any more wacky, they come up with something like this:
Bake sales, the calorie-laden standby cash-strapped classrooms, PTAs and booster clubs rely on, will be outlawed from public schools as of Aug. 1 as part of new no-nonsense nutrition standards, forcing fundraisers back to the blackboard to cook up alternative ways to raise money for kids.
A former student of then-Professor Obama talks about what he was taught:
Imagine if you picked up your morning paper to read that one of your astronomy professors had publicly questioned whether the earth, in fact, revolves around the sun. Or suppose that one of your economics professors was quoted as saying that consumers would purchase more gasoline if the price would simply rise. Or maybe your high school math teacher was publicly insisting that 2 + 2 = 5. You’d be a little embarrassed, right? You’d worry that your colleagues and friends might begin to question your astronomical, economic, or mathematical literacy.