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From Nancy Mathis (AmericanDaughter), the bad news about this:

RedSquareSmallDark.gif “WARREN COMMUNITY COLLEGE PRESIDENT DEFENDS PROFESSOR’S HARASSMENT OF YOUNG CONSERVATIVE”

Professor Admits Radical Diatribe

Student Fights Back

HERNDON, VA — Young America’s Foundation exposed Warren Community College‘s radical Professor John Daly, who in an email to student Rebecca Beach, vowed to intimidate those students who host conservative speakers and called for American soldiers in Iraq to murder their superiors (read full article, including the Professor’s full, unedited email to the student at the conclusion of the article…)

RedSquareSmallDark.gif Here is one of the poster images that the student, Rebecca Beach, and her group offered as handouts, which the Professor calls “untrue” — the stats he does not contend but “Capitalism” he alleges has “killed more,” among many other lies (read his email, that article [scroll]).

Our public educational system employs people to instruct academic specialties. This particular professor — John Daly — is employed by Warren Community College to instruct in English (course unspecified), and yet he remains without reprimand or job loss (I think he well merits being dismissed from his employment based upon his words and actions in this situation alone) for the presumptions and outrageous political excess and activism, using his access to a student body in a public school to do so (it would be just as outrageous and unacceptable if his behavior and lack of reprimand for it were from a private school environment, but almost certainly no private school would tolerate the behavior involved). It’s a shame that this very badly reasoned and worse behaved individual even has contact with students but it’s worse that a public college would allow students to suffer his harms.

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  1. epador says:

    Looking at the sentence structure and composition, I am surprised he’s an English teacher. Well, perhaps not. I suspect he feels baited. He definitely took the hook, line and sinker in one gulp. Hope he ends up choking on it.

  2. -S- says:

    Wretched, shameful statement about the guy AND the dubious nature of (some among) faculty who presume upon their positions to behave so terribly as this guy has. I had a similar instructor while in college in Illinois and also another at the University of California (however, not among those at University of Florida) — although this student’s experience is completely terrible — about the faculty member and the institution, not the student.

    The political extremist groups actively organizing and with institutional blessing nationwide include some of the most extreme leftwing, anti-American, anti-democracy ideologies. I am wondering if this faculty member, this story, is moreorless “average” among most public schools, but is just being exposed (while others remain of same pscyhology and philosphy and yet out of the news, still influencing students, however, to the same degree attempted here).

  3. epador says:

    Here is a really scary example of why this stuff is not just a theoretical problem. I say we need to bomb Tokyo again…

    http://www.insightmag.com/Media/MediaManager/slasheastasia_1.htm

  4. -S- says:

    You must be using “Tokyo” representationally. Because, Tokyo does not seem to be the issue — and, Japan has as much, if not more, to fear from China as a military force, just as they do North Korea, than even the continental United States does.

    But, as with North Korea, China’s bluster-effect can’t be overlooked here. The only thing China has going for it is it’s huge population and yet among that population (as again in North Korea), the human conditions are fragile-to-struggling.

    Look at the huge numbers of people who illegally (and some, legally) immigrate from China and Korea to the U.S., same with Mexico and Central/South America…they aren’t scrambling to get to the U.S. for nothing, although much of the incentive is economic, not at all philosophical nor religious. The contradictory terms appear when the wealth of a population is considered versus their desperation economically — in which case, the U.S. is threatened by either/both extremes (better the economy with a threatening military intention equals greater military threat versus greater economic desperation producing greater population threat of invasiion and usery).

    I’m no military strategist, however. Obviously, if and when there’s military threat sufficient by China upon the U.S., as with from anywhere else, the utensil of “bombing Tokyo” will be available, as terrible as that implication may be. It DID work on Japan’s blustery-gone-violent, however.

  5. -S- says:

    Related: “…it’s a small URL after all…” (scroll to read the section about North Korea).

  6. -S- says:

    I need to add here, that that website (^^, link, my previous comments) is garbage. Unfortunately, the smell of garbage overpowers even the sweetest perfume.

  7. -S- says:

    Oh, maybe you were referring to this?

    MPAA chairman and CEO Dan Glickman calls for nuclear strike on China due to China’s piracy…

    (!)