by Lucas J. Mather, Ph.D.
- He correctly surmises DEI really stands for Diversion, Exclusion and Inequity.
- She does not inflate grades, even under great pressure.
- He thinks it’s odd that there would be a “religious” exemption for the Covid-19 vaccine mandate because an atheist might possibly also have enough connection left to common sense to warrant the de facto common sense exemption.
- She thinks it’s odd that K-12 teachers who are instructed by administrators to lie to parents about their kids’ self-requested deviation from the school’s official record of the student’s true gender would have to ask for a “religious accommodation” that would allow the teacher, like for instance Jessica Tapia in California, to tell the truth to the parents.
- He does not inflate grades, even under great pressure.
These are just some ways to tell if your professor is a Republican. In the future, we also ought to explore whether being a Republican is the same thing as being a conservative. The two terms are used interchangeably, but are they the same thing ?
Luke, for The Republican Professor
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