March 11, 2005

Hypocrisy 101 at University of Colorado

Okay, if you are a sensible person with any sense of justice, fair play or honesty this piece should make your blood boil even if you don’t agree with the specifics.

Before I go further, take a dose of ant-acid; trust me on this…

Professor Phil Mitchell is a dedicated teacher, who taught for 24 straight semesters at the Hallet Diversity Program. He is employed by the University of Colorado. He was told his contract would not be renewed because "his teaching was not up to the department standards." Mitchell won the prestigious SOAR Award in 1998 for teacher of the Year.

Now let me tell you Mitchell is a Bible believing Christian and let me tell you his egregious offenses. He took exception to an opinion expressed by black intellectual Thomas Sowell--and of course was branded a racist. Now let me tell you that Mitchell, who has nine children, two adopted, said, I think my two black children would disagree with you.”

And let me tell you that he also used a book in his history class which contained the dreaded word GOD in it and was fired. Although he was later reinstated, he was banned from teaching in the history department.

Now let me tell you this is the same University of Colorado, which still has the perverse, hateful, anti-American, anti-Jewish nasty professor who called the people in the World Trade Centers “Little Eichmans” and they all deserved what they got. Yes, the same school that still employs Ward Churchill has essentially fired Phil Mitchell.

And some wonder why there is such acrimony among political forces and ideologues today? It is precisely because of the blatant, hypocrisy of godless liberals who are not only godless but have lost the ability to even maintain a consistent thought. There is no integrity, no honesty in their fabric. They are morally bankrupt and even common sense does not even show up as a vestige of days gone by.

Jesus said, "Woe to the world because of its stumbling blocks! For it is inevitable that stumbling blocks come; but woe to that man through whom the stumbling block comes!”

He also said, In the world you will have tribulation, but take courage, “I have overcome the world.”


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