Contrary to the soft sciences at the three state universities in Iowa, the hard sciences, such as agriculture, chemistry, engineering and competitive athletics, are serving the state and nation in a spectacular way.
The Iowa Board of Regents do not want to pour taxpayers’ money down the atheistic evolutionary drain where professor bosses find “In God We Trust,” the official motto of the United States of America, unworthy of a university education. IOWA CITIZENS ARE CONCERNED. If the Regents have been told that approving building expenditures is their primary function, they have been tragically misled. Presidents of the state universities are accountable to the public in the citizens’ chain of command, and university presidents cannot restore sanity to the God-rejecting cabal (those working together to get power for themselves) without controls that conform to the will of the people. This involves respect for the Constitution of the United States of America. The public service Heartland Foundation, Inc., believes that the Regents want to serve the people and support the Constitution. See Restoring Life Saving Morality to Education.
The focus of this documentation on injustice is what the Grand Jury Presentment on Problems in Higher Education for the 11th Judicial District of Iowa called “moral pollution.” Dr. Walter Hetzel, former Ames Superintendent of Schools, was concerned about the environmental consequences and called the problem a cesspool. “We are not going to turn that school over to a small bunch and turn it into a cesspool . . . and that’s the direction we are going” (Dr. Walter Hetzel, Ames Tribune, October 26, 1970).
As the Department of Justice has repeatedly emphasized . . . “public universities are legally required to protect the First Amendment rights of students” (Ames Tribune, December 27, 2018). Former Iowa Attorney General Richard Turner spoke of the rebellion caused by radicals at the three Iowa universities as “serious felonies and may even amount to treason” (Ames Tribune, May 15, 1970). The difference today is that a few tenured humanist professors in the soft sciences have stopped bringing in rebels to broadcast their hatred for American values. Now they themselves have been skillfully defiling the minds of their unsuspecting youthful captive student classrooms.
How the injustice of moral pollution and an atheistic evolutionary cesspool affects unsuspecting students
Worth repeating, in 1950, President Harry S. Truman, when addressing the Attorney General’s Conference on Law Enforcement, “I don’t think we put enough stress on the necessity of implanting in the child’s mind the moral code under which we live. The fundamental basis of this Nation’s law was given to Moses on the Mount Sinai. The fundamental basis of our Bill of Rights comes from the teachings which we get from Exodus and Matthew, from Isaiah and Paul. If we don’t have the proper fundamental moral background, we will finally wind up with a totalitarian government which does not believe in rights for anybody except the state.”
Quoting John Stuart Mill about the injustice of man-made law, the late Supreme Court Judge Rehnquist wrote, “The disposition of mankind, whether as rulers or as fellow-citizens, to impose their own opinions and inclinations as a rule of conduct on others, is so energetically supported by some of the best and by some of the worst feeling incident to human nature, that it is hardly ever kept under restraint by anything but want of power” (The Supreme Court, William H. Rehnquist, Random House, Inc., New York, p. 277).
“The first national study of four common sexually transmitted diseases among girls and young women has found that one in four [is] infected with at least one of the diseases, U.S. health officials reported Tuesday” (Lawrence K. Altman, New York Times, March 11, 2008). “One in four U.S. teenage girls have STDs. The diseases, which are infections caused by bacteria, viruses and parasites, can produce acute symptoms . . . and potentially fatal ectopic pregnancy . . . and cervical cancer. The two most common sexually transmitted diseases, or STDs, among all the participants tested were HPV at 18 percent, and Chlamydia, at 4 percent, according to the analysis, part of the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey” (Lawrence K. Altman, “One in Four U.S. Teenage Girls Have STD’s, Study Finds,” International Herald Tribune, March 12, 2008).
“’One of every 100 adults are in jail or prison, according to a new report documenting America’s rank as the world’s No. 1 incarcerator,’ states a report from a new study by the nonpartisan Pew Center on the States. With more than 2.3 million people behind bars, the United States leads the world in both the number and percentage of residents it incarcerates” (David Crary, New York Associated Press, February 28, 2008).
An Ames Tribune heading from December 7, 1987, to the Regents reads, “keep grip on reins.” In other words, empower university presidents to stop the evolutionary presupposition monopoly over soft science behavioral instruction. The Board of Regents’ primary duty is to be sure what is taught does not promote deviant sex or violate the Constitutional rights of new generations.
~ D. Norris