Constitution Day was intended to celebrate the most profound governing document the world has ever seen. As of 2004 the U. S. federal government requires all universities and colleges receiving taxpayer funds to hold an event in honor of the Constitution, which was signed on September 17, 1787. Michigan State University’s program consists of a panel of professors – including an outspoken communist. Mr. Curtis Stokes, a professor of political theory, will speak on Karl Marx and the Civil War. Stokes, who self-identifies as a believer in communism, teaches courses on ”Black politics in the United States and Michigan,...Read More
Author: Nicholas Kowalski
There was another crucial judicial ruling issued the last week of June. MSU President Lou Anna K. Simon chose to lift the mandate that required students to purchase health insurance. But did it go far enough?Read More
Sin City played host to – as Hillary Clinton would bemoan – the vast right-wing conspiracy this past weekend. Hundreds of conservative bloggers and activists convened in Las Vegas. Americans for Prosperity Foundation sponsored the sixth annual event. For the past five years, RightOnline was side-by-side NetRoots Nations: the liberal equivalent. However, AFP opted against continuing that trend in 2012. Sarah Palin kicked off the Conference Friday evening at the posh Venetian Hotel and Casino. Always a fan favorite amongst Tea Party circles, the former Alaska governor was greeted with an exhibit hall-sized applause. “You showed D.C. what having a spine looks like,” declared Palin, “Or, as I said that day in Wisconsin, you showed them how to ‘fight like a girl’.” The legacy of Breitbart.com founder Andrew Breitbart, who passed away suddenly March 1, was honored throughout the Conference including a special sneak-peak screening of “Occupy Unmasked,” a film featuring the late truth-seeker. Printed signs written in red, black, and white symbolically read “Breitbart is Here” along with #War – a common Twitter hashtag used by the new media pioneer. Early in his career, Breitbart was an integral part in the beginning of Drudge Report and the Huffington Post. He rose to fame with the explosion of online social networking sites. It can be said that Breitbart ushered in an entire generation (and cross generations) of government and general...Read More
Despite displeasure from the state legislature, concerned students and parents, Michigan State University President Lou Anna K. Simon seems hell bent on keeping the new health care mandate in place. Beginning with the freshman class this past fall semester, each and every enrolled student must purchase health insurance. Simon’s demand of current students is especially unreasonable with the consideration that they were not made aware of the requirement prior to matriculation. Effectually, these blindsided students were the recipients of a deceptive marketing ploy. Of course non-compliant young scholars are charged a sum of $1,505 for exactly one year’s worth...Read More
Tweet With a strong showing in three primary contests earlier this month, Mitt Romney crept closer to the presumptive presidential nomination. The Republican duel is nearing its end. But the mainstream media will continue bashing each and every GOP candidate until they are blue in the face (their minds are already this color politically) – and then some. You see, it is never enough to pooh-pooh one’s policy preferences based on logical argumentation. From Governor Rick Perry’s verbal slip-ups to strong accusations against businessman Herman Cain, traditional news outlets have closely followed the Republican field while practically ignoring the...Read More
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