Any regular reader of this blog knows I frequently write posts about academia's (and the education establishment in general) love affair with Marxist ideology. This is certainly germane to the focus of this blog on our nation's history - and who's teaching it. Academics and educators used to come here and challenge me on that assertion. Not so much any more. I guess they finally realized the empirical evidence ("anecdotal" in their words), had become just too much to argue against and retain any semblance of credibility.
In any event, here's yet more "anecdotal" evidence of the hold radicalism now has on our educational institutions. Expect more complicity from the sheep.
This Saturday, the Midwest Marxist Conference was held at Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism. The event was teeming with teachers who spoke about the new found bond between the radical socialists and their Teachers Union. The all-day event, which collected money to support Chicago Socialists and featured a communist bookstore, provided students on-campus along with the radical left community to plan the next phase in their activism.