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Kasich Enlists In The Academic Wars

Reported by Deborah - February 5, 2005

What a relief when the Christmas Wars ended after the holidays. No more stories of outlawed christmas symbols or schools banning Silent Night in their concerts.Sadly this peace was short lived because once again Fox has created the Academic Wars to show us how the lefty, pinko, intellectuals are destroying our moral values. Kasich a loyal foot soldier for Fox was happy to contribute to the cause with a shocking tale of "moral relativism" on a California campus. 2/5/05

The segment, titled Criminal Art, was about a student at UNC who did a performance art piece for his final project and used a handgun in a simulated game of russian roulette.A student witness and Mike Adams,a conservative college professor, joined Kasich in this discussion. Adams could be seen throughout the student witness's account smiling in disbelief and then made this statement,
"The new religion of moral relativism has crippled moral values."

comment: This kind of incident is not a sign of moral decay in our educational institutions. It was a ridiculous stunt by a student who was trying to shock his audience and make a statement. Big deal!Kasich was perturbed because the school hadn't decided on an action yet which was more proof to him that the school had no morality.I guess Kasich wants the kid thrown out and the teacher fired even though it's not clear if it's a real gun he used. Fox better gather better material for this war because so far nobody's buying it.

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