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mmeisens
Associate professor of political science at Purdue University Calumet. My intellectual focus is on Indiana politics, religion and politics, and general political/social ideas and perspectives that will define the new millennium.
Interests: travel, cross-country skiing, politics
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Today the Faculty Senate at Purdue University Calumet will vote to show its continued support and legitimization of a racist faculty member, Prof. Yahya Kamalipour. Why is he racist? The simple answer is that Prof. Yahya Kamlipour supports the vilification... Continue reading
Reblogged Apr 14, 2014 at Comical Politics
The following article is dedicated to Dr. David Pick, the Purdue Calumet Faculty Senate President. In my experience, Dr. Picks displays ignorance of American Supreme Court decisions on free speech and academic freedom as it applies to faculty. And he is president of the Senate, go figure. The second "dedication" is to Dr. Colin Fewer, one of our College of... Continue reading
Posted Apr 14, 2014 at Higher Education Comical Politics
On 9/24/13, I posted a blog about a planned presentation at Purdue University Calumet by a speaker who promotes and disseminates rank Jew hatred. While I made the University community aware of the anti-Semitic writings and caricatures promoted by said... Continue reading
Reblogged Apr 5, 2014 at Comical Politics
Today the Faculty Senate at Purdue University Calumet will vote to show its continued support and legitimization of a racist faculty member, Prof. Yahya Kamalipour. Why is he racist? The simple answer is that Prof. Yahya Kamlipour supports the vilification of the Jews (historically, such vilification has led to Jewish death campus – but hey, never mind). How has he... Continue reading
Posted Apr 2, 2014 at Higher Education Comical Politics
This is a true story about Purdue University and Prof. Kamalipour, a Muslim who promotes himself as seeking peace and tolerance across all humanity, bringing, with full approval and payment from the University -- that is, $1,500 of taxpayer funds from the University to fund this speaker, the anti-Semite Mr. Bruzonsky to speak, have dinner with faculty, and "enlighten" students.... Continue reading
Posted Mar 10, 2014 at Higher Education Comical Politics
On 9/24/13, I posted a blog about a planned presentation at Purdue University Calumet by a speaker who promotes and disseminates rank Jew hatred. While I made the University community aware of the anti-Semitic writings and caricatures promoted by said speaker (see a copy of email: Download University Email), there has been no response from anyone. Not a word. Not... Continue reading
Posted Sep 29, 2013 at Higher Education Comical Politics
On September 27, 2013, Mr. Mark Bruzonsky will give a presentation at Purdue University Calumet. The title of his presentation is: “America and the Middle East—So Many Wars, So Little Peace, WHY?" According to Purdue University Calumet's own advertising, Dr.... Continue reading
Reblogged Sep 25, 2013 at Comical Politics
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On September 27, 2013, Mr. Mark Bruzonsky will give a presentation at Purdue University Calumet. The title of his presentation is: “America and the Middle East—So Many Wars, So Little Peace, WHY?" According to Purdue University Calumet's own advertising, Dr. Kamalipour was “instrumental in bringing Bruzonsky to Purdue Calumet" (here). Because I am interested in the Middle East, I decided... Continue reading
Posted Sep 24, 2013 at Higher Education Comical Politics
There have recently been a number of articles looking at Mike Pence as the dark-horse of GOP presidential politics. There seems to be little discussion that this is unlikely. An example of such a perception, of Pence as the "dark-horse"... Continue reading
Posted Sep 23, 2013 at Comical Politics
It is very difficult to believe that this continues to occur on campus of universities who call themselves "American." 'Chronicle of Higher Education' on Three Due Process Cases to Watch - The Foundation for Individual Rights in Education - FIRE.Related articles How Totalitarian will Mitch Daniels Allow Purdue University to Get? The FIRE Quarterly, Fall 2012 - The Foundation for... Continue reading
Posted Sep 11, 2013 at Higher Education Comical Politics
Chancellor Thomas Keon, one assumes with the approval of President Mitch Daniels and the Purdue Board of Trustees, has decided to have another Purdue Regional Campus in Oman. That is in the Gulf of Arabia for those who wonder. Why is Indiana supporting another regional campus in Oman? Maybe they do not know what to do with your money? For... Continue reading
Posted Sep 2, 2013 at Higher Education Comical Politics
Why is Keon and the other administrators not responsible? The only ones who are made to pay are the academic people who bring in the dollars. Read the following to see that everyone else, NWI academia, is doing ok. That inherently means that Keon and his cronies are making up stories. Sadly Mitch Daniels, as Purdue's president, believes them. Other... Continue reading
Posted Aug 28, 2013 at Higher Education Comical Politics
Purdue University Calumet (PUC) has been hiring friends and supporters, but incompetent ones, of Chancellor Keon to perform the roles upon everyone else's economic livelihood is dependent. A good example is the Vice Chancellor for Advancement. This former highly paid administrative assistant to Keon is now in charge of fund raising. Is this a real joke? Now look at what... Continue reading
Posted Aug 25, 2013 at Higher Education Comical Politics
Professor Kamalipour is a Muslim who has an ongoing relationship, paid for by Indiana Tax Payers with Tehran University. Not only was he born and spend most of his upbringing in Iran; he has continued to enjoy the support of the Iranian Mullahs and most anti-American Iranians, if not other Muslims with the equivalant agenda. Otherwise, how would it be... Continue reading
Reblogged Jun 6, 2013 at Higher Education Comical Politics
Recently the Purdue University Board of Trustees, under the guidance of the University's new President Mitch Daniels, implemented a freeze on any further tuition increase for the next two years. The argument presented at the time is that this will cost Purdue $40 million. The freeze only applied to West Lafayette and not the regional campuses. In reality does this... Continue reading
Posted Jun 6, 2013 at Higher Education Comical Politics
UPDATE: http://speakingtruthtopower.blogs.com/hoosiers_comical_higher_e/2013/09/why-is-purdue-university-supporting-a-jew-hating-speaker.html ____________________________________________________ Professor Kamalipour is a Muslim who has an ongoing relationship, paid for by Indiana Tax Payers with Tehran University. Not only was he born and spend most of his upbringing in Iran; he has continued to enjoy... Continue reading
Posted Jun 5, 2013 at Comical Politics
Where Purdue University Calumet is highlighted as abusing the due process and First Amendment rights of a faculty member in the following Wall Street Journal editorial, that person is me. See the following: Greg Lukianoff: Feds to Students: You Can't Say That - WSJ.com. What is truly remarkable is that this is a continuation of the anti-American activity of previous... Continue reading
Posted Jun 1, 2013 at Higher Education Comical Politics
It is now official, although I have always known it, the empirical evidence is in. Everyone associated with the Gary-Chicago International Airport is officially insane. Allegiant Air pulling out of Gary airport - Post-Tribune. Insanity is defined when one uses the same activity over and over and expects different results. That is what all the insane people have utilized with this Airport. I sincerely believe that its major value is as an extended farm, ranch, or fish-pond. Another airline is... Continue reading
Posted May 26, 2013 at Northwest Indiana Comical Politics
Hoosier tax payers are paying the President of Ball State University a million dollars a year for what? No one knows. See the following list. Ball State University's president is number 5. Number 1 is going to jail for allowing pedophilia on the campus of Penn State. 10 highest paid public college leaders in 2011-12. What are Hoosier tax payers... Continue reading
Posted May 15, 2013 at Higher Education Comical Politics
Here is the list of the jesters who are going to try to take over for the illiterate, dog man. This is the man who went to jail because he got caught; not because he did anything unique for Hammond. Potential candidates for Hammond's 2nd District council seat weigh run : Hammond News. One has to admit that there are no bigger thieves, today, in Lake County than the McDermott clan. Why Selinas decided to keep quite only his meager... Continue reading
Posted May 15, 2013 at Northwest Indiana Comical Politics
Agents went to the home in McLean on Tuesday night, Immigration and Customs Enforcement spokesman Brandon Montgomery said Thursday. Fairfax County police were called in to help. Montgomery said the investigation is in the early stages. The two women who... Continue reading
Reblogged May 14, 2013 at Comical Politics
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May 14, 2013
The following is a think piece by the Chancellor of Purdue University Calumet, Thomas L. Keon. It was written in Sunday's Northwest Indiana Times Newspaper. Please read: GUEST COMMENTARY: Helping youths succeed is crucial for region. Can someone please tell me what is actually being said in this think piece? What can a Hoosier citizen one take away from this?... Continue reading
Posted Apr 22, 2013 at Higher Education Comical Politics
Where is the money for higher education in Indiana really going to? According to the universities and according to the Indiana Commission on Higher Education (ICHE) the following article from Bloomberg news is a complete fabrication. Read the following commentary and decide for yourself. Bureaucrats Paid $250,000 Feed Outcry Over College Costs - Bloomberg. The universities and ICHE are also... Continue reading
Posted Apr 17, 2013 at Higher Education Comical Politics
Only in NWI can blacks and Hispanic leaders function to hold down their own people. It is the joke of the century, or maybe not. We need to remember: they are Democrats and the most corrupt county in the State if not Country. Continue reading
Posted Apr 5, 2013 at Northwest Indiana Comical Politics