Lunes, Nobyembre 5, 2012

Oh Professors

Well folks, I’m finally finished with school and in for a break now. In the meantime, much has happened, although most of the things that have happened are insignificant…so I won’t belabor the fact.
On to the topic at hand … a few thoughts that were started by a post from Caleb, my fellow blogger over at Conservative Textbook. Caleb discussed the outrageous activities of one Prof. John Daly (actually, now newly-resigned Prof. Daly). After reading a bit about this guy, and comparing him to our very own CU professor Ward Churchill, a question came to mind: What should be done with these chaps?

I’m serious: what really should be done with these professors? Obviously, many people don’t like them. They make the news often because of their radical, crazy beliefs. Their “peers” (fellow fascists) come out and defend their unreasonable talk by throwing up the all-encompassing smoke screen of the First Amendment. In the end, sooner or later, people forget about them, and they go back to their normal lives, teaching communism and other radical anti-American ideas. This spring, when I was working as an aide for Colorado Rep. Matt Knoedler, I heard a number of comments by legislators about possibly cutting funds to CU, calling for CU to fire old Ward, etc, etc.Get the old government in there and smash a few things up. That’ll teach them to talk down the good ‘ol USA!!

While the idea of government stepping in and “fixing” the matter is plausible, especially when government school professors are the creeps in question, I think there is a different way to solve the matter. In essence, I’d like to go about another way. Here’s why: If we the people start calling for our government to fix problems, we will get ourselves more government than we really want. Let me explain. How do governing officials fix things? By writing laws. Yes, the judges don’t write laws, but they have effectively taken upon themselves to dictate what’s law or not, so that counts. Anyway, if you ask the government to step in and fix each little situation that the American people does not like, you may find life getting worse and worse for the average individual. That, and it’s virtually impossible to kick communist, islamofacist profs out of the schools when the Dems are in charge (like in Colorado, for instance).

So, what’s my solution? Well, I’ll answer that with a question: DO the American people think this is such a problem? Seriously, if America as a country held strongly to the beliefs upon which we were founded and understood the responsibilities that accompany the rights we hold, would THEY, as Americans, tolerate this kind of junk coming out of our higher education classrooms, where the supposed “future of America” is learning how to live, work, and think? I say no. I think we are deceiving ourselves. We hear about incidents with folks like Prof. Daly and Prof. Churchill, and we say, “Eeww, yuk! Why am I paying my tax money for him to spew all that nonsense?” Yet, what do we do about it? We call for the money we gave to the government to be spent some other way. Listen up, folks! It’s the government’s money now. They can do with it AS THEY PLEASE, and when politicians come down to spending the money…well, you know all about politicians and money.

Anyway, our way of showing that we strongly disagree with these whacked-out professors is to tell our government that we want better teachers because we can’t tolerate that stuff coming out of our universities. Why not do something stronger. I believe that if the American people really acted and lived on principles and standards, they would put Ward Churchill and others OUT OF BUSINESS by not enrolling for their classes. In essence, boycott the junk. The way to kill a bad professor is to stop feeding them fat, healthy American students. And I hear people out there saying, “Well wait, Johnson!You can’t do that! The class is required for my degree!” Hah! Then DON’T GO TO THE COLLEGE. “But, but, other people will still go to the professor’s classes!” Yes, but what will they turn into? Honest, successful, law-abiding, hard-working, patriotic Americans? I doubt it. Let’s fix the problem by keeping our money and our minds away from the junk in college and really focusing on finding new ways to get our educations without polluting our minds and supporting the junkie professors.

I know this method works: why, because the most successful implementation of it is called HOME SCHOOLING. If we can do it through high-school, why not keep it up through college? Yes, I know your mom can’t teach you the high level college science and math classes, but you can use other methods. For starters, take a look at doing CLEP tests for a lot of the credit and applying to Thomas Edison State College. Thomas Edison allows you to create a hybrid degree by granting credit for everything from classes you took at your community college to your experience at a great internship. I’d recommend getting the hard stuff (science, math, etc) out of the way in a community college or something and then figuring out your religious and political beliefs on your own and testing out (CLEP, etc) of those philosophy, political science, psychology, and religion classes.

Okay, so, let’s say we get our piece of the Americans under control and holding strong, principled beliefs. Good. Now what about the rest of the nation? Well, here’s my radical idea. Agree\disagree if you like, I don’t care. I believe that America was founded on Christian principles, and that it’s laws were written for those who live by standards that are strongly based on God’s Word. John Adams said it best: 
“We have no government armed with power capable of contending with human passions unbridled by morality and religion. Avarice, ambition, revenge, or gallantry, would break the strongest cords of our Constitution as a whale goes through a net. Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other.”

So anyway, my solution is really to go out and witness the Gospel of Jesus Christ (Christianity) to our fellow Americans, to change their hearts. Yes, I seriously mean that. You can work all you want and try to get a good guy into office, but his job is to represent the people.If the people he is representing want a country where immorality has free reign, where God is mocked, where the rich history of our forefathers is throw to the dust, and where child sacrifice (abortion, literal rampant sacrifice of the lives of babies to the false religion of humanism) is rampant, then your candidate will probably not hold office very long, much less get elected in the first place. Just as a warning, when a society is run by sin and immorality, that society will be destroyed.
Take a look at the ancient cultures that used to be in Central America. The Mayans and the Aztecs, the Incas and others: they were amazingly advanced in science, math, and technology. As we know, their architectural skills were outstanding. Yet look at this: they turned from God (yes, the world has descended from the 8 people who got off Noah’s Ark), and created for themselves a lifestyle of wicked immorality and worship of the earth and their own gods. They built their society around sacrifices: sacrificing their children to pagan gods in the most horrific manners. And is there one Aztec or Mayan person around today? No! They were completely wiped off the face of the earth. Yes, we know from history that they were killed by the diseases brought by Europeans, but what is that but the Providence of God bringing judgment upon a wicked, wicked nation?

So there you have it: my idea for political revival in America. It’s basically spiritual revival. Whew! This has been a long post. Yeah, it probably sounded like a bunch of rambling… that’s what it was. I’ll probably have more to say later. In the meantime, I’m currently on a business trip to Florida (lucky me), so my posting may be sporadic as usual (what a surprise!). Have fun and go think about some of this stuff.

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