The title link is an article written by a 17 year old Kuwaiti Arab Muslim in his freshman year of a
constitution (original document), and show how its formulation excluded the majority of the people living in US at that time, and how it was dominated by America 's elite interest. America
He decided not to put up with this crap and wrote an essay on how the Constitution was a highly progressive document for its time and was a great tool of democracy. This essay allegedly resulted in his professor telling him to undergo regular psychological counseling or face having his student visa canceled. The student pushed back, told the media his story and battle is apparently on.
As someone else who once felt pressure from college professors to embrace liberal or sometimes even anti-American viewpoints, I am glad this student had the guts to reject this thinly veiled attempt at indoctrination. As a student, I too rejected any such ideas, and did not let them stand unchallenged in the classroom. I hope others will see that students should not pay college tuition so that they can be programmed with political opinions that are passed off as facts. Students are paying for a product (education) and they are well within their rights as a consumer to refuse a faulty product.
It is a gross, vile, loathsome and despicable violation of trust for any teacher, professor, media figure or person of authority to present their personal opinions as irrefutable and objective facts. To do so is similar to a family doctor with a breast fetish telling all female patients that they need breast implants or monthly breast massages. It is akin to a priest telling little children that God wants them to do bad things. People with authority do not have the right to mislead those subject to their authority.