Most college graduate millennials will change jobs four times before they reach the age of 32. U.S. Senator Ben Sasse (R-NE), overt leader of the #nevertrump movement, addressed this unprecedented issue to demonstrate the great problem that both political parties face — a lack of vision for the millennials.
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Sounds like a harrowing experience for a female student who happened to be trapped among the throng of protesting students who demanded entry to the private movie screening.
CPAC chairman Matt Schlapp turned down the chance to visit Facebook last month, telling Greta von Susteren at “On the Record” that he thought the conservative confab over political bias allegations was merely a political PR stunt after they got caught.
Find out which big names gave college graduates one more left-wing homily before they got their degrees in the latest issue of Accuracy in Academia’s monthly Campus Report newsletter.
Well, looks like the ‘Jackie’ saga at the University of Virginia continues to roll along.
From Campus Reform: “The U.S. House of Representatives has rejected a Democrat-led effort to withhold ROTC funding from The Citadel unless it removes a Confederate flag on display in its chapel.”
Isn’t that ridiculous? “Citing what it calls “unhealthy” competition among students, the Wake County school board is the latest in the country to make valedictorians and salutatorians a thing of the past, The News & Observer of Charlotte reports.”
The Black Lives Matter movement is a tool used by the left to maintain their “…90 percent plus hold on the black political electorate,” according to Colonel Allen West. “I think that their whole existence…
And adding to that, their chief diversity office left to take a similar job at the University of Washington. But, this is all due to the Tennessee legislature withholding funding for the university diversity office.
Way to go, Governor Doug Ducey. A win for free speech.