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Harvard Paper: Conservatives Need Not Apply!

From the Daily Caller:

Harvard Crimson to scheming conservatives: Don’t apply to Harvard

By Robby Soave | February 28, 2013

The Harvard Crimson published an editorial urging conservatives not to apply to Harvard if they intend to criticize the university down the line for political points.

The editorial, titled “Warning: Do Not Enroll,” denigrates famous conservatives who graduated from Harvard and later sharply — and perhaps hypocritically — complained about the university’s liberal ideology, including former presidential candidate Mitt Romney, Texas Republican Sen. Ted Cruz, and Fox News commentator Bill O’Reilly.

“If we could have spoken to these three men, we would have told them never to come to Cambridge,” wrote the staff of the Crimson. “We at The Crimson urge anyone who plans on one day scoring political points by maligning Harvard to neither apply, enroll, nor graduate from this fine institution.” …

But the Crimson editorial may inadvertently support some conservatives’ assertions about the liberal campus’ hostility toward conservatives.

“Harvard liberals sure are an accepting bunch,” wrote Nathan Harden, editor of The College Fix. “I wonder where anyone ever got the idea that Harvard was hopelessly biased?”

The overwhelming majority of reader comments on the editorial are negative, criticizing the Crimson for being “over-sensitive, always-offended, anti-free speech Harvard liberals.”

In other words, ‘liberals.’ — Who, by the way, celebrate every form of diversity except diversity of political thought.

This article was posted by Steve on Friday, March 1st, 2013. Comments are currently closed.

2 Responses to “Harvard Paper: Conservatives Need Not Apply!”

  1. GetBackJack says:

    Well, what can we expect from an Institution founded with drug-warlord money earned off the backs of enslaving Chinese? Then simultaneous to that crime against humanity opened Seminaries so they could send “missionaries” to the heathens they were selling opium to?

    An institution Catherine Austin Fitts terms “The SlumLords of Harvard” charging that their vast endowment is largely dependent upon frauds committed through the University’s crfiminal involvement with HUD.

    Read it for yourself … http://www.scoop.co.nz/stories/HL0207/S00146.htm

    If you don’t know Fitts, Google her bio. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Catherine_Austin_Fitts

    I know her. She’s the real deal.

    • canary says:

      Houston TX elementary school children sing death to conservatives song for Black History History Month, so what can we expect from Harvard, an Institution that made a Muslim with mediocre grades and writers block their 1st African American newsletter editor to compensate for kicking out his father before him.

      The Washington Times: Sour note: Houston elementary school assembly sings ode to Obama, but diss to Bush

      By Cheryl K. Chumley – Mar 1 2013

      The assembly, at Katherine Smith Elementary School, was in celebration of Black History Month, The Blaze reported.

      These were the lyrics from the opening song, called “Feels Like Change,” reported by The Blaze:

      “Oh, I tried to believe in George Bush,
      I tried to trust.
      But it’s ashes to ashes now,
      and it’s dust to dust.
      Do you feel it baby?
      Oh do you feel it?
      It feels like change.”

      By comparison, these are the lyrics from another song, from the same school assembly:

      “Hey, Mama, Obama.
      He got the mo’ jama.
      Talking about Americana.
      H-O-P-E, hope I get a new pajama …
      Obama, Obama
      we got the mo’ mama,
      we got the mo.
      sing Obama from the top of Mount Asama. …
      You’re on a roll Obama,
      you’re on a roll.”

      Read more: http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2013/mar/1/houston-elementary-school-assembly-sings-ode-obama/#ixzz2MJgcT100

      “Superintendent Terry Greer also admitted this: “After reviewing the lyrics, the principal agrees that some of the songs were overly political and should not have been included in the program.”

      There were even more overly political songs?

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