Thursday, April 15, 2021

I Like Ike! Washington and Lee University Must Keep Lee in Its Name

President Dwight D. Eisenhower was an American war hero and one of our best presidents. On April 23, 1954, during his first of two terms, he said, in a speech at Abraham Lincoln's birthplace of Hodgenville, Kentucky:

In my office in the White House, I have sketches of four great Americans on the wall: one is--and the oldest--Benjamin Franklin; George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, and Robert E. Lee.1

President Eisenhower loved and respected Robert E. Lee, and Eisenhower is a much better judge of Lee's character and place in history than today's racist, hate-filled, politically correct academia.

Academia is a sick place that often is anti-white and anti-free-speech, where a true debate with diverse opinions is impossible because academia is 100% liberal and increasingly hard left liberal.

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  1. After having spent 17 years in the academic world but not as a professor, I must say that most all academics at liberal arts colleges have no clue about the world. Most have never held a real job. Their life has been a fairy tale. The world would be better off without them.

    1. The world would be better off without them.

      & the sooner the better.