Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Required beliefs at state universities?

Is the University of Minnesota College of Education planning to implement an unconstitutional litmus test mandating certain beliefs or "dispositions" as a requirement for graduation? Read Ed Morrissey's article on Hot Air.

What's next, a secular doctrinal statement? Doctrinal statements are fine at private universities and colleges but not at publicly funded state universities.

When the time comes that tax-funded, state universities can get away with requiring graduates to hold to certain politically correct, state-sanctioned beliefs or "dispositions," American democracy and freedom will have one foot in the grave and the other on a banana peel!

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