Priscilla Rahn, University of Colorado Regent Candidate, joins Kim to discuss the importance of educating young people. Children need help in building character and learning to recognize opportunity. Education is helping them develop their thought processes and strong interactions with others. It is important for parents and educators to participate in decisions regarding children.
Guest Helen Raleigh, an immigrant from China and a senior contributor to The Federalist encourages listeners to attend Kim’s Salon series event Three Punches to Knock Down Democratic Socialism https://kimmonson.com/punches-to-knock-down-socialism/ on June 22nd. Helen and Paul Prentice will give you the tools you need to discuss two competing ideologies: Capitalism empowers success, Socialism destroys. The violence on America’s streets mirror the cultural wars in China’s history. Tickets for Three Punches to Knock Down Democratic Socialism are still available. The conversation shifts to Helen’s The Federalist article, Students Demand Two Professors Be Fired For Doing Their Job. Two UCLA professors face termination. One explains why he cannot administer a non-black student’s request to have a no-fail final exam for black students. Another professor, teaching a historical perspective on racial discrimination class, reads aloud MLK’s “Letter from Birmingham Jail,” and shows a documentary that includes lynching. Both professors are condemned, put on administrative leave, and wait for their final verdicts. We cannot dismiss the tactics of the left; they are working as “campus warriors” infiltrating corporate America.