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Harvard Still Hates America

Thursday, 31 March 2005 12:00 AM

I cannot describe to you how many times during those six years at Harvard that I ran into students, teachers or Harvard administrators who preached one thing – usually the massive redistribution of wealth by Washington – but then hopped into their fancy European cars and drove into Boston for lunch! In other words, "Do as I say, not as I do."

And time after time I saw professors and teaching assistants punish students who dared to disagree with their liberal message by giving them a lower grade – and reward those who merely regurgitated the teachers' theories by giving them a higher grade. (This goes on all over the country and is a total disgrace.)

This inbred arrogance at Harvard

Of course the hardest part of writing "Harvard Hates America" was getting it published; established publishers wouldn't touch it! The editors were all liberals – many had attended Harvard – and in those days conservative books just were not getting published.

But God had a plan and brought me to Henry Regnery, the publisher of Bill Buckley's epic book, "God and Man at Yale."

Mr. Regnery loved my book and agreed to publish it – and to heavily promote it.

It sold very well and earned widespread publicity.

We are now 26 years later, and guess what?

Nothing has changed!

Harvard is still hopelessly left-wing.

And so is almost all of academia nationwide. A new study just released finds that teachers at American colleges – by their own description – are 72 percent liberal and only 15 percent conservative.

And at the more ‘elite' colleges and universities, 87 percent are liberal and only 13 percent are conservative.

Fifty percent of these teachers identify themselves as Democrats and only 11 percent as Republicans.

What I saw as a student at Harvard in the 1970s

Two months after the 9/11 attacks, my friend and agent, Theron Raines, a longtime friend of NewsMax.com, called me and said, "John, it is finally time for you to write 'Harvard

The more I thought about it, the more I saw that he was right: While the rest of America had united in the wake of the 9/11 attacks, Harvard was still as anti-American as ever. And anti-Americanism was thriving all across American academia, aping Harvard.

So, over the course of the next eight months, I indeed wrote an entirely new book: "Harvard

By the fall of 2002 the book was ready to be submitted to publishers, and Theron Raines began circulating the manuscript. He and I both thought it would be an ‘easy sell' to publishers; after all, the publishing world had awakened, hadn't it, to the selling power of conservative books?

Just look at the best-seller list: Ann Coulter, Rush Limbaugh, Pat Buchanan, Sean Hannity, Bill O'Reilly, Laura Ingraham, Mike Savage, Mark Levin and many, many other conservatives dominate the list.

But then something odd began happening: "Harvard

One thing is true: I am not at the moment a TV or talk radio personality; I do not have that built-in forum from which to push the book. But all those conservative media personalities listed above – and almost all of talk radio around the nation – agree 100 percent with the premise of "Harvard

And NewsMax.com has a

(I purposely wrote the book to focus only on the aftermath of 9/11 – and not to include the Iraq War – because 9/11 did not divide this country; it brought us all together – except for Harvard and other leftist faculties around the country.)

So here we are two and one half years later: "Harvard

By the Grace of God, someone out there will see the need to publish – and publicize – this book.

We can make the same kind of noise today as my first book made over 25 years ago.

And, in the process, we can teach the American people that Harvard and its liberal sycophants

"Harvard

Who wants to step up and deliver the message to the American people?

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