College of The Ozarks

March 9, 2010 by Post Team 

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Students Republicans can finally be the construction of a clique to take into account such as the Young America’s Foundation organizes a national conference this week for young conservative in the Reagan Stay Center in Santa Barbara, California

The group will use the forum to display their latest list of top colleges in the U.S. conservatives – a lineup that includes 14 colleges and universities, including Thomas More College, Grove City College, College of the Ozarks, and Harding University Hillsdale College.

The group is not offering a list of colleges to avoid.

“That would be very few schools,” he joked YAF Vice President Patrick Coyle.

YAF But three day event, which begins Thursday, is the latest effort to try to guide a conservative revival of student activism in the “age of Obama.” The conference is billed as a place where high school students who had the bug can converge to draw conservatives to organize and be active.

“Conservatives are a kind of counterculture new today,” Coyle said.

Students in the Reagan Ranch High School Conference Plan to listen to a series of conservative school teachers, as well as semi-celebrities as President Reagan’s son Michael and Rep. Dana Rohrabacher. Coyle said the goal is to teach students about conservatism, but also give advice on how to organize in high school and later in college.

About 120 students are expected to attend the three day meeting. Not exactly the kind of youth movement that was in the Johnson and Nixon administrations, but the conference is part of a series of attempts to bring together and energize students renewed interest in conservative causes.

Young Americans for Freedom, an independent group, held a session on youth activism at the Tea Party convention in Nashville last month. And the Conservative Political Action Conference in Washington, DC – the standard of right crimson annual meetings – was strongly oriented toward the students.

Janie Abel, 19, sophomore year of age in the Canisius College in New York, said the conference of Young America’s Foundation gave a big boost when he attended three years ago as a junior at Amherst Central High School. At that time, he said, the school administration was giving her grief while trying to establish a new club “conservative” with other students.

“Our director did not want us to bring any speakers, the thought of all the events of activism was too controversial,” he said.

She said he left the conference inspired Reagan. He built the organization at school, and then left for college where he now is director of public relations for Canisius College Republicans. We do not know if your school is on the list was announced at the conference in California.

Abel said that giving Obama conservative student groups of fuel, but the movement has been growing anyway.

“I think he is angry and passionate and want to get involved. But I think the conservative movement in general is taking off,” said Abel. “Students are the new rebels conservatives today.”

A similar type of rebellion inspired by the movement Tea Party to take off last year. Coyle, told the students to gain supporters who have to walk the line between the franc and touch and try to repeat what he called the “Reagan model of activism.”

“We want our students, similarly, be at odds with the campus left,” Coyle said. “We want to promote a bold conservatism, but of course I want to do it in a smart way to bring people to our side.”

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