It does occur. For example, among establishment Republicans who fret that taking a tough position on border security endangers a GOP seeking to broaden its base.
Perhaps it is not too surprising that Democrats want to ban alternative forms of expression other than their own, particularly on college campuses. What is mystifying is the degree to which Republicans want to help them do it.
The American Enterprise Institute (AEI) proves that media bias leans towards Democratic Party education reforms rather than Republican ones and they’ve proved it scientifically, or at least social scientifically.
Millennials, the next generation of Americans, overwhelmingly feel that they need a third party in today’s political landscape.
Dr. Carol Swain counters the Left’s narrative that Republicans appealed to racists in the South to win elections.
Using the guillotine on congressional Republicans got a socialist student group in hot water at the University of Georgia.
A university dean at San Diego State University blasted the Republican party for being “an extremist terrorist organization” on social media.
There is confusion in academia of who would represent conservatism in Congress, whether it is Mitch McConnell or Paul Ryan.
A professor, on Facebook, said that GOP representatives should be “lined up and shot” for passing an Obamacare repeal bill. He later apologized for his “inappropriate” remarks.
Some conservative and right-leaning activists and leaders worry that this hibernation of the Students for Trump could cost the GOP come 2020 and beyond. Many of the members have been absorbed into other campus groups…