Family Research Council

At Top U.S. Colleges, Time to Balance the Books


By Tony Perkins
July 22, 2014

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If you're looking for a textbook example of bias, try America's top colleges! Hello, I'm Tony Perkins with the Family Research Council in Washington. Our country's universities used to care about critical thinking. Now they're just critical -- at least toward conservatives. If you thought America's colleges were biased before, you won't believe what Young America's Foundation found. In a survey of the top 50 schools, not one of them has assigned a "conservative-leaning book" in three years. Instead, the universities filled freshmen courses with left-wing perspectives on race, feminism, socialism, inequality, and class warfare. "From the moment students enroll in college through graduation day, they are exposed to liberal theme. Few," YAF says, "if any, will ever read a conservative book." Unfortunately, this is the culture of higher education today. For the last few decades, America's campuses have become subsidiaries of the political Left. They preach diversity but refuse to practice is. It's time for a revolution -- else we're only starting a new chapter of political indoctrination.

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