Quote from USMB Member: "Because academia is overwhelmingly left. Thats to include college students. It just goes to show ya that when people begin to take responsibility for their own lives and get out of that academic atmosphere they wise up." This is actually a very common comment from the Right on the USMB regarding "higher education". What is it saying about "education"? How would conservatives change that perspective, if it needed to be changed at all? Look at a few of the more popular areas. Science. How would the right change the way "science" is taught to make it more "conservative" and still have it be called "science"? Economics and "Trickle Down". When economics is taught, it's based on statistics, data and research. If the data shows something different than what conservatives want taught, should they ignore the data? Should conservative "notions" follow the same rigorous standard"? What about history? What would be taught "differently"? Psychology? Should it be taught that being "gay" is a "mental illness"? What would be the "cure"? Would there be a course on "Physical Evidence Proving God's Existence"? Would there be "morning prayer"? I'm simply curious. How would the right change colleges and universities to make them more "acceptable"?