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Eugene Delgaudio: Liberal College and Education Institutions Attack Truth Punish Truth Seekers

Irrational academic brainwashing precludes truthful values and moral teaching and drives out those good professionals who seek to stand for God's law in the public school, public policy or public arenas in general, " says Eugene Delgaudio President of Public Advocate.

Malcolm Kline writes on :

"On traditional versus "alternative" marriage, several decades of proselytizing, aided and abetted by the mass media and popular culture, have borne fruit. "There is a generational divide on this issue," according to CBS News. "Young Americans (those ages 18-29) are some of the strongest proponents of allowing gay and lesbian couples to marry."

"Seventy-two percent of them support it, as do a majority -albeit a smaller one- of Americans ages 30-44. However, support for same-sex marriage drops to 44 percent among those who are age 45-64 and even further to just a third of Americans age 65 and over. In fact, 56 percent of seniors oppose permitting same-sex couples to marry."

"The CBS News Poll also finds more women (53 percent) than men (48 percent) think same-sex marriage should be legal."

Educators have been working towards such an outcome for years. In fact, they tend to resent information that might jeopardize it.

When you point out what previous research missed in private industry, industrialists are generally grateful. For one thing, new discoveries save them money.

In contrast, in the Alice In Wonderland world that is academia today, such breakthroughs make you a pariah. Mark Regnerus, a sociologist at the University of Texas at Austin, found that children from same-sex households were, contrary to academic beliefs, more likely to use drugs or alcohol or engage in criminal activity than children from heterosexual households. When his findings were published in Social Research, an academic journal, homosexual activists pounced on them, figuratively speaking.

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