It's inaccurate to claim universities are for brainwashing. The majority of those gender studies students chose to go to a college that offers gender studies majors: they choose to go into gender studies before getting to college. They were brainwashed before college and by a public school.
If universities are not for brainwashing, what are they for?
Imagine for a second that a legit socialist is president. This socialist wants to extend governmental control over all industries. How would he do that? One way to do that is to say in the name of fighting workplace discrimination against women, most large places of employment will be required by the government to make employees sit through mandatory "gender relations" seminars, meant to brainwash them.
It isn't about equality of the sexes. It's about Federal control. But who is to run those gender seminars? Someone with a gender studies degree.
In other words, the University doesn't brainwash people into socialism. It trains them to execute socialism. And if you want to know what communist conspirators plan to have signed into law tomorrow, look at what universities are preparing students for today.
Can a gender studies degree find any use on the free market? Of course not. You have to have the government create a policing agency to fill with gender studies majors.
what do leftist University professors do? Tell the students to be liberals? No. They organize the students into mobs and train them, and send them from the campus to protest across town.
universities are for training, not brainwashing
The Federal Reserve has contributed to weakening the bill of rights. Clearly.
You should already know about how the Federal Reserve causes inflation which makes your money worth less than it was yesterday.
Amendment 7 in the Bill of Rights is "In Suits at common law, where the value in controversy shall exceed TWENTY DOLLARS, the right of trial by jury shall be preserved..."
This amendment of course refers to common law suits filed in Federal court, not state or local.
Twenty dollars isn't much today. It was a lot more back in the 1790s
What was $20 worth to someone when the 7th amendment was written? $20 was one ounce of gold. And it remained one ounce of gold until the creation of the Federal reserve.
As the value of $20 is changing, this causes the seventh amendment to be ignored eventually. And as long as the value of money keeps changing, the 8th amendment, prohibition against "excessive bail", has been thrown under the bus because the definition of an excessive amount of money has changed so much due to inflation that a court can prescribe horribly excessive bail and argue it's not excessive.
The first amendment guaranteed freedom of speech, freedom of religion, freedom to petition, freedom of the press and freedom of assembly.
Isn't freedom of assembly, the press, petition and religion all just different forms of free speech?
The fact that the founding fathers looked to define every area of communication that can fall under free speech, instead of leaving it at just freedom of speech, means they wanted to be thorough, just in case any future politicians wanted to claim freedom of the press isn't the same as freedom of speech.
If the founding fathers were writing the first amendment today, would they assume that "freedom of speech" and "freedom of the press" would apply to the internet? Absolutely not! They would specifically outline that the government is forbidden to censor the internet, assuming "freedom of speech" itself wouldn't be enough to prevent government from eventually regulating the internet.
And freedom of speech isn't enough to prevent internet regulation by the government. Because the bill of Rights doesn't mention the internet or radio, the FCC has come to regulate both.