Kudos to Tyler Talgo, the University of Southern California student who decided to fight back against an unending diatribe of ignorant rhetoric in his poli-sci class.

Jason Howerton of the Blaze reports.

Is This the Kind of Far-Left Ideology We Now Assume Is Standard Fare in America’s Colleges?

Few would deny that many of America’s most prestigious academic institutions are left-leaning. Many of those tasked with educating the next generation, the country’s professors and teachers, seem to be unafraid to push an stunningly biased viewpoint onto students — though that’s not to say all educators are guilty of this.

However, the expanding trend does beg the question: Is this something parents and students just have to accept as the norm?

According to University of Southern California student Tyler Talgo, the answer is no. Tired of being subjected to “indoctrination” in his classes, he began recording some of his professors’ lectures to expose the utter lack of objectivity in the classroom.

In a video, secretly recorded by Talgo, Darry Sragow, adjunct professor of political science at USC, can be heard blasting Republicans and labeling them “stupid” and “racist.” The video was recorded during the Fall semester in 2012, prior to the November election.

Here are some quotes from some of Sragow’s lessons at USC:

“California Republicans, I just showed you, are 30 percent registration in this state, ’cause they’re really stupid. And racist.”

“Republicans are 82 percent white… Losers.”

“The Republican Party in California, as I say all the time, on the record, in print and on radio and on TV, is the last vestige of angry, old white people.”

“Republicans are trying to prevent people of color and people of lower income from voting by requiring voter I.D.”

“You have more trust in old white people than I do… Old white guys are stubborn sons of b**ches, they just are.”

“There are tens of thousands of people who are now dead because George Bush, even though he got fewer votes, became president of the United States. That’s a fact.”

Here’s the video.