Personal Responsibility (part two)

By Bryan Wilhelm

Last time I mentioned the lack of personal responsibility that seems to be engulfing the American culture. This lack of responsibility perverts the very American ideology that our country's forebearers bestowed upon each and every American individual. Where does this perversion originate? It is difficult to pinpoint an exact source, but a good start would be in our university settings. A Leftist arm seems to invade our college campuses. Shoving agendas down the throats of students has replaced education.

The agendas, eloquently incorporated into collegiate curriculums, allow personal responsibilty to move aside, only to be replaced with a socialist ideology. This socialist perspective attempts to persuade students to believe that socialism (or Federal welfare) is the only way for America to survive. Apparently, these communist era "left-overs" are still clinging to their copy of the Communist Manifesto , embracing a dead ideology that could never hold it's own weight.

Students on America's campuses are left in fear, afraid to speak up about "sensitive" issues. They fear that the local campus Gestapo will hunt them down and force them to attend political re-education...er, sensitivity training. Obviously, this is not a fear that American students should have. But, since we are all aware that we don't have to take responsibility for our own actions, I guess that makes it OK.

American college campuses are breeding grounds for failed political ideology. Those Marxist-toting professors and administrators that force anti-responibility rhetoric on students are at least partly to blame (if not totally) for the weakening of the true American culture...rugged individualism and self-reliance.

Eric Seymour

Robert Schiener

Bryan Wilhelm

Bryant Lewis
Joel Corbin