Op-Ed: Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, the Voice of an Ignorant Generation

Posted on Tuesday February 05, 2019 No Comments ››

As a legal immigrant who was brought to the United States as a child in the late 60s, I have tragically been witness to a steady decline in American Greatness and Exceptionalism at the hand of some “educators”.
Of course I will not impugn all of them as a group, as many entered the profession for the right reasons and do a great job (often against the odds posed by their administrations), but the Vietnam and post-Vietnam era sowed some of the most radical anti-American school teachers and college profs imaginable, and this warped ideology has taken a life of its own within the ranks of “academia”.

In this Op-Ed, Michael Knowles explores and expands on the impact this movement has had on at least one if not more generations of young students.



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