From the Right Side of Campus

Author: Stephen Gutowski

In case anybody was still wondering how radical the American system of higher education is…

Here are 3,247 (and counting) of those who run the system that signed a petition in support of “Distinguished Professor” Bill Ayres. Can’t say I’m surprised. Well, actually, I am quite surprised that nobody from my school, Messiah College, has signed yet. Also, for all my friends at West Chester University, I just wanted to point out Professor Lawrence Davidson as a supporter of Bill Ayres… Good luck in his completely balanced classes! (I forgot to mention that if you look at the petition’s site the professors are listed by name and school. So you can look up your favorite

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Sarah Palin did not misstate what a VP does

Here’s the answer that Sarah Palin gave to a third grader who asked what it is that the Vice President does: Embedded video from <a href=”http://www.cnn.com/video” mce_href=”http://www.cnn.com/video”>CNN Video</a> And Here’s the specific part CNN was interested in: “They’re in charge of the United States Senate. So, if they want to, they can really get in there with the senators and make a lot of good policy changes.” Here’s the title of the CNN story (as it appears on CNN.com) regarding her comments: “Palin misstates VP role” Now, I’m no constitutional law expert but luckily for me the constitution is written

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McCain ahead in Ohio and Florida, gains in Colorado

McCain 49% and Obama 47% in Ohio McCain 49% and Obama 48% in Florida McCain up a point against Obama in Colorado since the 5th (still down by 4%) Here’s the details So lets stop all this idiotic panic please. I mean seriously, Obama is running in a dead give away Democrat year with about a 4:1 money advantage and McCain is still within the margin of error nationally and in most important states. Obama couldn’t be a weaker candidate… It’s gonna be close, just like the past two elections. You know, ever since the current red/blue demographics were aligned.

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Happy Birthday to Michelle Malkin

I just wanted to take a quick second and say Happy Birthday to Michelle Malkin. As many of you who read The College Politico regularly know Michelle Malkin is a major source of news and perspective for me. I find her opinions and principles to be some of the most enlightening and consistant in the conservative movement. Not only that but I find her to be one of the foremost leaders of that movement. Plus Michelle is doing almost exactly what I hope to do in my career, producing insightful, vivid, and clever commentary that cuts to the heart of

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Video from Sarah Palin on SNL

Here it is in all its mediocre glory: Personally I think it was decently funny, the Mark Wahlberg cameo was actually the funniest part in my mind, but it could have been much better. They easily could have done a skit where Palin spoofs Fey and it would have been far funnier. I mean they had Palin there and they barely had her involved in anything… it was a below average night for SNL, something that is more and more common these days. Here is the other Mark Wahlberg skit that was far more hilarious than either of the Sarah

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Ammon Perry Highlights

Here’s some of my favorite Ammon Perry cartoons. These are about State and National politics (click to enlarge): Here’s some awesome cartoons that relate to the politics of Messiah College (click to enlarge):

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Announcing: Two New Political Cartoons on The College Politico

I will now be featuring two of the best political cartoons on the planet. The first is a cartoon called Diversity Lane. It comments on national politics and the liberal mindset in a way I find poignant and, more importantly, a way that actually makes me laugh. Diversity Lane is also written in a very unique way, it’s really closer to a written sit-com than anything else. Before you start reading the cartoons you should take some time and get to know the family at this link. Here is a sample: The second cartoon is by Ammon Perry and focuses

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