Sunday, April 12, 2009

Students Say No to Liberal Indoctrination

Elected student leaders at American River College in Sacramento, Calif., have adopted a resolution that seeks to protect classmates from the "anti-religious and political indoctrination" of professors and others on campus.

-- From "Students fear 'anti-religious indoctrination'" by Bob Unruh © 2009 WorldNetDaily 4/10/09

"The purpose of the resolution is to go on record asking the administration to adopt the Student Bill of Rights as official campus policy," the 22-year-old councilman [George Popko] said.

The resolution models activist David Horowitz's "Student Bill of Rights," a bill which was introduced to the California senate as SB 5 in 2005.

Popko says he plans to present a Student Bill of Rights Resolution containing those provisions on May 3 before the General Assembly of the Student Senate of California Community Colleges, an organization representing 2.7 million college students.

[Last October,] the elected student leaders on the same campus endorsed Proposition 8, the ballot issue in California last through which voters embedded in their state constitution a definition of marriage limited to one man and one woman.

The elected leaders since then have "been embattled with the leftist faculty, student organizations and administration on our campus," they have reported.

When the conservative student leaders faced an unsuccessful recall because of their views, the Associated Press described them as "politicized Christian fundamentalists."

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