A lot of young college students are being taught to hate the 1%. Ironically, as Michael Knowles and Professor Carol Swain point out, there is a lot to thank this hated class for.
The rich people in the United States create jobs and fund scholarships. However, they are also the type of people that tend to reward hard work and achievement instead of giving a free pass to people based on race.
Professor Carol Swain is African-American. She notes that when she attended University in the 1980s she had a few scholarships but still had to work. She was also expected to take required courses. Unfortunately, many university students today feel that they have the right to tell universities what to do. They complain about lectures from controversial individuals and whine about courses they feel are too hard. To make matters worse, many liberal professors and faculty members give in to student demands, catering to their whims rather than teaching them about real life in the real world.
Humans simply don’t grow without challenges. Removing these from higher education and then allowing students to blame the 1% for all their troubles doesn’t do these students any favors. In fact, it harms the long-term development of many minority students in particular as they are led to believe that some things are simply too hard for them and they would not be able to be completely successful even if they wanted to.
Hear Michael Knowles break this down further by watching the video below.
~ Liberty Video News