A glimmer of real diversity at Oakland University

Leftist Intolerance

They take our money to subsidize a broad range of views, from far left to extreme far left. They talk a lot about “diversity” and “tolerance,” but the college campus is the most monolithic, intolerant institution in American society. As a rule, conservatives get only one kind of input; they get to write the checks for mandatory fees. But only leftists decide how the money is spent. Thankfully, Oakland University (OU) turned out to be an exception to that rule. Three cheers for diversity at OU!

At every university, they basically tax conservative and neutral students (through exorbitant student activity fees) to subsidize left-wing student activism on campus.  They take in millions of dollars in mandatory fees every year, with almost none of it going to conservative events/projects, but huge amounts going to left-wing propaganda events/projects.  A local example is $20,000 of student activity money spent on (Perverted) Sex Week at the University of Tennessee, but that is only the tip of the iceberg.

But occasionally, they do throw us a bone.  At Oakland University (OU), the Students for Life (SFL) applied for and received the funding necessary to pay for GAP.  This happens rarely … very rarely.

As conservatives, we need to be coaching our students to apply for and get money for conservative activities, just like the leftists do.  (We actually pay professors to coach leftist students how to apply for and get this money, but nobody is coaching our students.)  When they apply for money and don’t get it, we should go to court and sue universities over and over again until they are forced to level the playing field.

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2 Responses to “A glimmer of real diversity at Oakland University”

  1. June 5th, 2014 at 6:21 pm

    W. Russell says:

    I am unfriending you because I am interested in news about CBR not about right vs left.

  2. May 8th, 2015 at 10:30 am

    Pro-Life on Campus at Oakland University says:

    […] like Christina!  The thrill is even sweeter because our trip was paid for by student fee money, just like last year!  Students for Life collaborated with a dozen other campus groups to pay our expenses out of their […]

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