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If Progressives Wanted To Change The History Of The United States, How Would They Do It?

Easy. Through the educational system they have already infiltrated, where universities such as the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill have zero Republican professors.

"How UNC Wilmington Tried To Stop One Professor From Receiving Tenure Who Later Became A Christian After Joining The Faculty." - WND

July 13, 2016



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How College History Departments Leave the United States Out Of The Major

Article by The American Council Of Trustees and Alumni (ACTA)


Under progressives America is becoming Sweden

"The minister of education is a man-boy who spends his time making Youtube-videos showing heart-signs with his hands to boost school results." - Sweden Report

Minister Of Swedish Education, Gustav Fridolin, whose hands form a heart for inclusion of migrants into Sweden's educational system.

2015 Photo Source: Swedenreport



High Stakes For Limited Learning

"Should America’s colleges and universities feel a duty to ensure that the citizens and leaders of the future have a robust understanding of the history of the nation? It would be reasonable to expect that a college education would include a mature and balanced study of the story of our nation, the high and low points in our history, our successes and failures. That, after all, is an indispensable foundation for meaningful participation in a democratic republic.


- Although it is reasonable to assume that at America’s top-ranked colleges and universities, education for meaningful citizenship would be a priority, that is a false assumption. -


We would also expect that students who major in history would receive particularly rigorous instruction in the history of the United States and the development of its institutions of government.
It is common sense. Maintaining our form of government requires knowledge of our institutions of government, how they evolved over time, the strengths and weaknesses they have shown.

Our Founders knew this. James Madison wrote that such learning is 'the best security against crafty and dangerous encroachments on the public liberty.' Thomas Jefferson, in planning the University of Virginia, considered it a legislative mandate 'to form the statesmen, legislators, and judges, on whom public prosperity and individual happiness are so much to depend.' It would be an obligation for the new university 'to expound the principles and structure of government.'

Although it is reasonable to assume that at America’s top-ranked colleges and universities, education for meaningful citizenship would be a priority, that is a false assumption.

The American Council of Trustees and Alumni (ACTA) has delved into the requirements and course offerings in history departments at 76 of the nation’s leading colleges and universities to see how U.S. history fits into their programs. To do so, ACTA relied on the U.S. News & World Report’s rankings of the top 25 liberal arts colleges.


How College History Departments Leave The United States Out Of The Major

The top 25 national universities, and the top 25 public institutions. (These rankings include ties.) Our findings in this report demonstrate that the overwhelming majority of America’s most prestigious institutions do not require even the students who major in history to take a single course on United States history or government.

Disregard for the importance of United States history in the undergraduate history major is matched by the overall disappearance of United States history requirements from general education, the core curriculum that should be part of every student’s education.


- We find in our study of the top 25 liberal arts colleges, the top 25 national universities, and the top 25 public institutions that only 23 programs out of 76 require a course on our nation’s history. That’s less than one-third. -


[The] ACTA’s annual 'What Will They Learn?' survey shows that only 18% of the over 1,100 four-year colleges and universities in the study, public and private, require a foundational course in United States history or United States government.

The consequences of these weak academic standards are clear. ACTA’s surveys of college graduates reveal year after year deep and widespread ignorance of United States history and government. In 2012, 2014, and 2015, ACTA commissioned the research firm GfK to survey college graduates’ knowledge of American history. ACTA sees the same dispiriting results each time:

• Less than 20% could accurately identify—in a multiple-choice survey—the effect of the Emancipation Proclamation.
Less than half could identify George Washington as the American general at Yorktown.
• Only 42% placed the Battle of the Bulge in the history of World War II.
• One-third of college graduates were unaware that FDR introduced the New Deal.
• Nearly half did not know that Teddy Roosevelt played a major role in constructing the Panama Canal.
• Over one-third of the college graduates surveyed could not place the American Civil War in its correct 20-year time frame.
• Nearly half of the college graduates could not identify correctly the term lengths of U.S. senators and representatives.

Reputation and high tuition are no guarantee that students will know the history of their nation.

When ACTA commissioned a Roper survey American Council of Trustees and Alumni of seniors at the “Top 50” colleges and universities, those holding the most prestigious positions in the U.S. News & World Report rankings, it found that only 29% could identify—once again, in a multiple-choice survey—the definition of “Reconstruction.”


- This only-if-you-want-to approach will undoubtedly lead scores of history majors to graduate without ever taking a course on United States history beyond the high-school level. -


Little more than half could identify the purpose of the Federalist Papers. Only 23% could name James Madison as the Father of the Constitution. And only 22% could match the phrase “government of the people, by the people, for the people” with the Gettysburg Address.


Bottom Line

No college or university can assume that students have even an elementary grasp of the important moments in United States history in the absence of a requirement for its study.

Given what we know about the historical illiteracy of young Americans, it would seem irresponsible not to make the study of our history and government mandatory for all students. Not to require students majoring in history to take, at a minimum, a course with reasonable chronological and thematic breadth on the history of the United States would be a truly breathtaking abandonment of intellectual standards and professional judgment [that has been intentionally accomplished by progressives who run America's educational systems.]

To determine the status of United States history in today’s history majors, ACTA researched the requirements for the major at history departments of leading colleges and universities, a full listing of which can be found in the appendix.

We find in our study of the top 25 liberal arts colleges, the top 25 national universities, and the top 25 public institutions that only 23 programs out of 76 require a course on our nation’s history. That’s less than one-third.

Of the 23 programs that do list a requirement for United States history, 11 allow courses so narrow in scope—such as “History of Sexualities” or “History of the FBI”—that it takes a leap of the imagination to see these as an adequate fulfillment of an undergraduate history requirement.

Top 25 Liberal Arts Colleges: [Only] 7 require U.S. history
Top 25 National Universities: [Only] 4 require U.S. history

Why top undergraduate departments behave this way is unclear. Perhaps it is from fear of seeming to endorse “American exceptionalism.”


Instructions Coming From One Of Obama's Former Czars, Now President And Leader Of The University Of California

“'America is the land of opportunity,' 'There is only one race, the human race' and 'I believe the most qualified person should get the job' are among a long list of alleged microaggressions faculty leaders of the University of California system have been instructed not to say.

These so-called microaggressions – considered examples of subconscious racism – were presented at faculty leader training sessions held throughout the 2014-15 school year at nine of the 10 UC campuses. The sessions, an initiative of UC President Janet Napolitano, [former Obama DHS czar] aim to teach how to avoid offending students and peers, as well as how to hire a more diverse faculty." - The College Fix - (The copy is added by Webmaster.)

Read the 2011 freedom is knowledge warning, Fascism Comes To America


Or perhaps it comes from a naïve belief that American students already have a firm grasp of their nation’s history. Either way, the damage is real.

Virtually all institutions offer comprehensive courses on America’s past, but the overwhelming majority do not take the vitally important next step of ensuring that all graduating majors have taken one of these courses. This only-if-you-want-to approach will undoubtedly lead scores of history majors to graduate without ever taking a course on United States history beyond the high-school level.

Yale University exemplifies this desire to maximize student choice at the cost of essential requirements. It recently implemented a 'specialist track' that allows history majors beginning with the class of 2017 to forgo a requirement in U.S. history whereas previous students were required to take at least two courses in the history of the United States or Canada.

According to the department’s website, this new option was 'created in response to students’ desire to focus in particular areas of interest earlier in the History major.' Likewise, Rice University required students who matriculated before fall 2014 to take one course in United States history, but their new set of requirements makes it merely optional.

It is not the case that history departments refuse to set any requirements for the major. Although a large majority of schools fail to require even a single course in U.S. history, as noted above, many do have geographical-distribution requirements excluding the United States. Of the schools without a U.S. history requirement, five explicitly require taking a course in non-U.S. history.

Cornell University, for example, has only three requirements for their history majors: Two of the required nine courses must be seminars on various topics, three courses must focus on history before 1800, and four courses must be categorized as “outside of U.S. History.”

Similarly, Bowdoin College, Swarthmore College, and Northwestern University all require courses focused outside the history of Europe and the United States without requiring courses within these regions.


- But in the absence of requirements even for history majors for the study of our own nation’s past and the development of our form of government, these noble aspirations [from universities] ring hollow. -


Another eight schools list requirements in courses covering other specified regions outside the United States. Among these, for instance, Bates College requires two courses on either East Asia or Latin America but not on the United States or any other region. And at the University of North Carolina, students similarly must take at least one course either in African, Asian, and Middle Eastern history or in Latin American history.

Finally, 34 schools in total have general geographical-distribution requirements in which students may freely opt out of taking any courses in U.S. history altogether.

Some strange topics can take the place of United States history.

Of the schools that do not require a single course in U.S. history, majors have free-range to choose from niche courses such as “Soccer and History in Latin America: Making the Beautiful Game” (Williams College), “Modern Addiction: Cigarette Smoking in the 20th Century” (Swarthmore College), “Lawn Boy Meets Valley Girl” (Bowdoin College), and “Witchcraft and Possession” (University of Pennsylvania).

Of the schools that do require their history majors to take at least one course focused on the history of the United States, some of the courses that fulfill that requirement do not have sufficient breadth to stand as adequate fulfillment of a U.S. history requirement.

It is frustrating that these schools found it important to create the requirement but remained lax in defining the actual courses that could fulfill it. At these schools, we find that majors can fulfill their U.S. history requirement with such courses as, “Mad Men and Mad Women” (Middlebury College), “Uncovering Early UVA” (University of Virginia), “Hip-Hop, Politics, and Youth Culture in America” (University of Connecticut), and “Jews in American Entertainment” (University of Texas).

Although microhistories can illuminate a topic and have an important place in historical understanding, it is intellectually and educationally unsound for narrowly focused courses to displace substantive experience in fundamental areas of history.

There is a price to pay for letting trendy, highly specialized courses fulfill requirements. As KC Johnson, senior professor of history at Brooklyn College and the CUNY Graduate Center, has pointed out, core areas of unquestionable importance for historical perspective are not required and sometimes not even represented among course offerings. Professor Johnson causes us to ask: What happened to fields such as military, constitutional, and diplomatic history?

Likewise, world history is of course an essential part of an undergraduate history-major program. Before the United States became a nation, it was part of an Atlantic world, and no region in modern times can appropriately be studied in isolation. That gives, however, all the more reason to include a sound understanding of America as a requirement for the major and, in turn, an understanding of its significance for global history.

Let’s consider for a brief moment what is missing when the study of the United States disappears from the study of history. “Men are born and remain free and equal in rights.”

That is from the 1789 French Declaration of the Rights of Man and of the Citizen. Fast-forward to the twentieth century: “All men are created equal. They are endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable rights, among them are Life, Liberty, and the pursuit of Happiness.”

So Ho Chi Minh quoted in 1945 in the draft of the Proclamation of Independence of the Democratic Republic of Vietnam. A student without knowledge of the American Founding—and, as ACTA’s surveys noted above demonstrate, there are plenty of them—would simply be adrift. And he or she would be unable to understand why it is significant that our Declaration was so influential, even removed in time and space from its origin, among our allies and among nations with which we have struggled.

Harvard’s mission statement declares, “The mission of Harvard College is to educate the citizens and citizen-leaders for our society.” Carleton College aspires to develop “qualities of mind and character that prepare its graduates to become citizens and leaders, capable of finding inventive solutions to local, national, and global challenges.” Georgetown University wants its graduates “to be responsible and active participants in civic life.” University of Michigan aims at “developing leaders and citizens who will challenge the present and enrich the future.”

These storied institutions express inspiring and wholly appropriate goals. But in the absence of requirements even for history majors for the study of our own nation’s past and the development of our form of government, these noble aspirations ring hollow.

In short, requirements within a major showcase what knowledge a school deems vital to the comprehensive understanding of a particular field of study. Without requiring a course focused on the history of the United States and the development of its institutions, these schools either assume students will take such a course of their own volition or don’t believe such a course is necessary for their history majors.

Either way, America’s past is being passed over.


Note: Underlines and coloring of text was added by Webmaster for emphasis from the transcribed .pdf file. To view supporting charts from the ACTA on U.S. colleges and to what degree they each teach America history, if at all, please click here.


Above article by The American Council Of Trustees and Alumni (ACTA)
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Supporting News Stories On American Universities No Longer Teaching American History

California Professors Instructed Not To Say ‘America Is The Land Of Opportunity’[By Former Obama Czar.] - TheCollegeFix

Most Top Colleges Do Not Require Students Majoring In History To Take U.S. History Class - TheCollegeFix

University Approves ‘History’ Class That Doesn’t Mention Both World Wars - TheCollegeFix





Goodbye Sweden!

Click here to read all the articles of what is already on its way to the U.S. under Progressives from the Democrat Party.

"This is the last post on this blog. I am leaving Sweden for good shortly, and will no longer be following its descent from what was once the third most prosperous country in the world. Frankly, it’s just too damn depressing." - Sweden Report

Photo Source: SwedenReport


His Last Blog: Warning From SwedenReport

"The once homogenous population has been forever altered by a rapid and massive addition of people from vastly different cultures and value-systems. 26,8% of the population is now foreign-born or with at least one foreign-born parent, and the national census bureau estimates that some 150 000 per year will arrive to the country of just 9,8 million residents.

There simply is no possible way to absorb and assimilate such volumes of people, period. Then you are merely creating ethnic enclaves, which due to incompatible language, culture and job skills become ghettos, which in turns brews crime, misery and extremism. Once the inflow has exceeded the capacity for absorption, further immigration only makes the problem worse.

"The minister of education is a man-boy who spends his time making Youtube-videos showing heart-signs with his hands to boost school results." - Sweden Report
Minister Of Swedish Education, Gustav Fridolin
Photo Source: Swedenreport

It’s like someone having read that a cup of green tea per day is healthy, so they make it a policy to chug four gallons per day, every day. It’s a good thing overdone to the extreme until it becomes toxic.

Then you have the Swedish school system. There really is no nice way to put it; it’s a complete disaster. The minister of education is a man-boy who spends his time making Youtube-videos showing heart-signs with his hands to boost school results, while university-level students can’t read and comprehend the course literature. " - SwedenReport, June 2015

Thanks for the heads up to Ellen of Tennessee.



What Is Actually Happening Under Swedish Socialism

Watch! Learn about the same fascist technique in Sweden that the Democrat Party and the national media are trying to use to harass any American who wants to keep unvetted Muslin migrants from coming into their neighborhoods.

When President Barack Obama visited Sweden last year, he expressed his deep admiration for the Swedish model. But that should make Americans a little nervous. One U.N. report says Sweden will be a third-world nation in about 15 years, below Libya and Bulgaria. Sweden is a society that believes it is racing into the future, but critics warn that it is racing to the bottom.

It has been a laboratory for all kinds of social experiments: Swedish leaders are trying to build the perfect society. The country has been compared to two nations that also tried to build perfect societies: North Korea and the Soviet Union. In Sweden, if you don't like how utopia is being built, you won't be shot like in North Korea, but your life could become very unpleasant, very quickly." - CBN, April 2, 2014

Video Source: YouTube

The Rape Of Sweden

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Norway Warns Sweden Will Collapse: PM Will Defy Geneva Convention To Protect Border - ZeroHedge, February 2016



And What Obama Said About Swedish Socialism

President Barack Obama Sweden Full Press Conference, September 4, 2013 - YouTube



America, The Time To Wake Up Is Long Gone

Now it's going to become more difficult to turn the rudder on this ship of state.


The above cake says, Goodbye Sweden. But be assured that America will soon have its own cake to deal with.

The Swedish author of the "SwedenReport" blog must be very nervous living in the United States today, watching Barack Obama, (who cut his teeth on being mentored by Communist Frank Marshall Davis, Bill Ayers and his SDS along with the socialist thugs of Alinsky, not to mention the communist professors at Harvard University), turn America into Sweden's culture of the damned with forced migrants also coming into small town America.

If you read the author's full blog, it is like watching what is happening right under our noses on Main Street America.

As you can see from this special e-mail today, Obama's progressives are already destroying the learning of American history and therefore American history itself. They have found it easy to do because they're simply not going to be teaching it while no one in our progressive federal government is going to make them.

It says a lot about the communist Czars Obama placed into federal agencies in Washington D.C. starting back in January 2009. The damage today is stunning to America's former image of freedom's torch that could be seen from around the world. Now Obama has turned that into just another flame as if from a cigarette lighter.

Obama, when asked about this picture said that flag pins and putting your hand over your heart had no meaning for love of country.  Really?  Then why during his campaign for president suddenly he had flags surround him on the stage, in his logo, and on his coat at every debate?  Liar, liar, pants on fire!

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I have been warning that Obama is more dangerous than Adolph Hitler, because Hitler told you what he was going to do and wore a SS uniform you could see to prove it. Obama, on the other hand, goes golfing and wears a suit and tie. And yet the damage he is doing to America's Republic is no less than what Hitler did to Germany's democracy.

The new Democrat Party in seven years has turned to groups such as Migrant resettlement project, the Muslim Brotherhood, CAIR, the media's ASNE, radical hate groups that control social media such as the Huffington Post, MoveOn, Slate and the DailyKOS. And this is all happening exactly 80 years from when this first trio in the name of fundamental transformation and destruction came to Germany in the mid 1930's.

The mainstream media news hosts at CBS, NBC, ABC and CNN, not unlike Sweden's Minister of Education seen above, have all become advocates of Obama and the Democrat Party's progressive agenda in transforming America.

New York Times CEO: Progressve Liberal Media Darling, Mark Thompson.   Photo Source:  The Wrap   CNN CEO: Progressve Liberal Media Darling, Jeff Zucker.   Photo Source:  Breitbart   ABC CEO: Progressve Liberal Media Darling, Bob Inger.   Photo Source:  Seattle Times   CBS CEO: Progressve Liberal Media Darling, Leslie Moonves.   Photo Source: Townhall    Media Matters David Brock: Discover the Networks   MSNBC & NBC / Comcast CEO: Progressve Liberal Media Darling, Brian Roberts.   Photo Source: KOMO News   Huffington Post: Progressve Liberal Media Darling, Arianna Huffington.   Photo Source: TheGuardian
New York Times CNN ABC CBS Media Matters Comcast / NBC HuffPo

These progressives literally hate individual accomplishments, wanting to control every facet of American lives today from taking away guns from tens-of-millions of law abiding Americans to telling them who their neighbors will be. This is as local town councils in resettlement areas such as Idaho are welcomed into the progressive fold through federal money and in turn push back concerns of local citizens saying at town meetings, Move along, nothing to see here.

You can go back ten years to the Teacher's College at Columbia University that I had warned about, where graduates going into America's high schools were suddenly telling honor seniors to remove their tassels from their mortar boards on graduation day because they might offend other less fortunate students.

But what is most troubling today is those pariah such as Janet Napolitano, former Obama Czar, who was recently hired by the University of California. You know she has Obama's name tattooed all across her rear when she told university professors not to refer to students that America "is as an exceptional nation."

She, like all other Czars, doesn't live in North Korea where if she stopped following the government she would wind up dead or in a work camp. No, she and all the other Czars from the EPA, IRS, FBI, DHS, Homeland Security and the National Park Service could have easily resigned when Obama gave them their marching orders to transform the country.

But they didn't!

Instead they each agreed within the Obama Regime to transform the United States of America so it would no longer look like the one that won WWII, but instead a country under the thumb of the UN and the global warming push in its Agenda 2030.

This is as Obama's media showers social engineering all over the population via hundreds-of-million of TV screens across the nation through Hollywood movies at theatres and on DVD. You can also add so-called entertainment dramas filled to the brim with subtle scenes and phrases that indoctrinate the administration's social justice on the viewer, created weekly at CBS, NBC, and ABC while their sister national news divisions ignore stories that do not expand on progressive agendas.

You can see the proof of this as the only news channel, FOX News, refuses to "currently" join Obama's brothel, Obama constantly whining that the outlet refuses to cooperate with his final transformation of America. To that end I have also been warning that Obama's final seven months could be far worse than his last seven years!

And I have warned that if Obama's radical support groups today, such as the Southern Poverty Law Center and Mikey Weinstein's anti-religious group, were living in the times of 1776 they would have ensured that George Washington would be either dead or turned over to the British troop for hanging, never allowing the Constitution or the Bill of Rights to take hold in early America.

After reading the top documentation from the ACTA on how progressives have taken over our universities with many no longer wanting to teach American history, you know the country along with your children and grandchildren's future freedoms are in doubt when anyone who uses normal terms from years ago is suddenly labeled a microaggressor. I remember in the 1950's and 60's when free speech was simply any speech as long as it didn't turn violent.

"Ayers, now a professor at the University of Illinois at Chicago, claims to abhor nostalgia ("Nothing is more boring than some old person going on and on about the way things used to be"). But he has been thinking lately about the past—both his and the country's—and soon he will likely be engaged in what he calls "a dialogue" about the sixties, the antiwar movement, and the radical life he led. The spur for this dialogue will be the publication of Fugitive Days (Beacon Press, $24), a memoir Ayers has written about the trajectory of his life, from a pampered son of the Chicago suburbs to a young pacifist to a founder of one of the most radical political organizations in U.S. history."

If we do not stand together, then we stand for nothing. And those Americans who gave their lives for this country since the Revolutionary War would have given them for no reason, believing those left behind would carry the banner.

If this generation does not, then who will?

Surely not those in our universities today, running for a safe spaces instead of running to hold up the American flag when it has been walked on by Obama's Bill Ayers, the founder of the SDS. It was this early SDS that Obama was introduced to when their members were found hiding in the Unitarian Church his communist grandfather had introduced him to in Hawaii. - Webmaster


And The Lie Goes On!

President Obama, a dedicated community organizer who encouraged and then invited BlackLivesMatter to the White House, said this totally out of touch comment at the Dallas Memorial on July 12, 2016, "We are not as divided as we seem." What?

Black Lives Matter activist meets with Obama for 90 minutes. - TIME

Photo Source: TIME, February 2016

If we want to save the nation, America's patriots need to contact and support the following organizations that are fighting for our Constitutional values:

They include the ACLJ, Judicial Watch, Alliance Defense Fund, David Horowitz, Law Enforcement Legal Defense Fund, Liberty Counsel, Heritage Foundation, the Rutherford Institute and the Thomas More Law Center to name a few.

These organizations must now all come together for a common cause and more importantly for a common communication to fight the damning political correctness that is spreading across America. This is as Google And Facebook follow Obama in raising up radical groups that not only want to kill cops but to daily threaten their lives.

Watching these events you don't even have to think about what the Third Reich could have done with Google and Facebook standing by its side.



The No Longer Neutral Social Media Billionaires

At Facebook’s headquarters in Menlo Park, California, Mark Zuckerberg is glad to openly promote BlackLivesMatter on his corporation's outdoor jumbo screen

"At Facebook’s headquarters in Menlo Park, California, the social media company replaced its 'Welcome to Facebook' signage with a 'Black Lives Matter' solidarity message." - Inquisitr
Photo Source: inquisitr



While Google jumps on the Obama bandwagon, too, reminding us of "clock boy" and his personal journey with Obama that confirmed the real progressive directive, "if you see something, say nothing."

"Actually, Fusion mentions that this isn’t the first time that Mark Zuckerberg has spoken in solidarity for 'Black Lives Matter.' The source says that he has corrected other staffers on multiple occasions about changing the phrase to 'All Lives Matter,'  saying that it’s insensitive to the issues the black communities undergoes.  However, they’re not the only Silicon Valley company to show such solidarity. Google also acknowledged the injustices and issued condolences to the Sterling and Castile families." - Inquisitr
" is giving $2.35 million in grants to community organizations on the forefront of the racial justice movement that has seized the nation's attention. The technology giant's philanthropic arm chose organizations in the San Francisco Bay Area taking on systemic racism in America's criminal justice, prison and educational systems, says Justin Steele, who leads's Bay Area giving efforts." - USAToday, November 3, 2015

Graphic Source: Inquisitr








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