I love sticking it to Lefty academics. I used to do it in their classes, thinking I was saving entire classes at a time from their BS but my grades suffered.
Ask yourself what you're trying to achieve and how it would be best done.
A few years ago an aquaintence of mine, Berin Szoka, wrote an article in defence of an article in the campus magazine that chided his ivy league university for seeking to introduce an Indian/Hindu course. Berin pointed out that there would be very few people interested in taking the course, given how few were interested in taking a related course. IIRC, he pointed out that less attention should be paid to these backward mystical cultures and at one point he used the quote, "We put a man on the moon, these people put bones in their noses." He received death threats and the VC at the university would have done nothing about it. In the end he needed help from The Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (www.thefire.org ), IIRC. You can find out more by googling his name.
As much fun as you'll be missing out on, perhaps you should focus on other means of preventing this course. Whatever you do, pick your battles. You can influence more young minds while you remain in the classroom than if you remain a legend at Purchase.
(Edited by Andrew Bates on 11/30, 8:27pm)