Skip to comments.Confessions of a Conservative College Professor
Posted on 07/14/2020 5:20:59 PM PDT by DFG
In the left-dominated world of academia, the tiny minority of conservative professors has to keep its collective head down in order to avoid shunning, discrimination, and the bullying Cancel Culture currently running amok in universities. But Mike S. Adams, until recently a longtime professor in the criminal justice program at University of North Carolina Wilmington (UNCW), isnt the sort to muffle his convictions.
The author of such politically-incorrect titles as Welcome to the Ivory Tower of Babel: Confessions of a Conservative Professor (2004), Feminists Say the Darnedest Things: A Politically Incorrect Professor Confronts Womyn on Campus (2008), and Letters to a Young Progressive: How to Avoid Wasting Your Life Protesting Things You Dont Understand (2013), Adams is also a columnist at TownHall.com who isnt afraid to call out progressive totalitarianism or push back against the attempted suppression of his free speech.
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The ironymis that libtard schools bend over backwards for all mimorities and special privileged majority groups (women) except the two minorities of men and conservatives.
Those two minority groups they feel totally cool and happy about codifying rules and policies to deliberately discriminate against. The two groups that basically made the places what they are today through their tuitions and donatioms.
I love Professor Adams. A few years back, I wrote him and he actually took the time to write me back! He had made a comment about a former law professor of mine who had moved to his university; she had become, I think, a “womyn’s studies” professor. LOL.
Professor Adams found dead at his home.
I cannot believe this.
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