Saw a post on Facebook about the controversy over the "Introduction to Labor Studies"/"Labor, Politics, and Society" course being taught jointly at UMKC/UMSL that one or more students exposed via Breitbart's "Big Government" site.
The discussion on facebook was about the Faculty Council revising it's policies on classroom recordings to prohibit sharing written or recorded material from a class outside the classroom. Something to do with privacy and the inhibition of free discussion.
One has to wonder what these people thought of Julian Assaunge's Wikileaks, at least while it's torrent was aimed at the Bush Administration. But one probably does not have to wonder much.
At any rate, I saw in the article that“officials on both campuses agreed they distorted the educators’ views”. Which I'm sure were completely unbiased assessments from people who support "_______ studies" classes.
I say watch the videos yourself and see if you think you can discern the instructors' intent, and whether or not you're good with using state money to pay for the promulgation of this Alinskian claptrap. Also, remember that this kind of technology automatically flips back and forth between the cameras, on opposite sides of the state, depending on who is speaking. That's not all "edits" (not that there aren't edits), that's the way this stuff works.