Does “Privilege” Really Apply To Me? By Peter Moon

Recently, I was in a college class and we were lectured on how different people are born with different levels of privilege. I wanted to pull my hair out hearing this, but I also wanted to be polite and let the weirdness fly. So, I kept my mouth shut and stayed quiet as my fellow … Continue reading Does “Privilege” Really Apply To Me? By Peter Moon

Theodore: America’s Cowboy Statesman by Garrett Smith

Far from a perfect politician, but a great man. Theodore “Teddy” Roosevelt is often remembered by many Americans as a true man of vision, an assertive statesman, and the embodiment of masculinity. Many people on both the right and the left admire his legacy, and during his presidency, he enacted policies that would have pleased … Continue reading Theodore: America’s Cowboy Statesman by Garrett Smith

Volatility of Cultural Appropriation by Chad Quigley

My initial motivation for starting The University Conservative was to combat the rise of leftist extremism that I was seeing on college campuses nationwide and especially on my own campus. Cultural appropriation is a major topic being propagated by the left, especially during the Halloween season. It is being used by the left to virtue … Continue reading Volatility of Cultural Appropriation by Chad Quigley

My Personal Experience with the Liberal Education System by Peter Moon

There have been many past accounts of political bias in our national public school systems. These have come in many forms, ranging from textbooks to videos produced by Prager University. I, personally, thought these accounts were either overblown or just overstated. I had personally, up until this year, had only seen slight or short bursts … Continue reading My Personal Experience with the Liberal Education System by Peter Moon

Table for Two by Garrett Smith

How the controversy surrounding Donald Trump and Kanye West’s dinner at the White House sparks memory of far worse Democratic anger. During recent months, music sensation, Kanye West, has caused quite a political stir during his meetings with President Trump. Many people on the right have considered Kanye’s meetings with the president a tremendous success … Continue reading Table for Two by Garrett Smith

Losing Nobly vs Winning Ugly by Jeffery Mcneil

When liberals whine to me about President Trump, they fail to realize he bothers them, not me. If you hate Donald Trump, that’s your business. You can’t make me hate him. I really don’t care how mad and angry you get because you don’t like our president. If you don’t like how democracy works and … Continue reading Losing Nobly vs Winning Ugly by Jeffery Mcneil

My Personal Republican-Conservative Stance by Peter Moon

I am a Christian Republican Conservative who tolerates Muslims, homosexuals, Atheists, Liberals, and those who do not agree with me. When you hear that sentence, you may have one of two reactions. Either 1) You aren’t shocked, and understand what I mean, or 2) You are completely confused, and probably believe I have a huge … Continue reading My Personal Republican-Conservative Stance by Peter Moon

Nowhere to Go, Part 3: A Distressing Future by Reid Neason

For most of us conservatives, it may feel as if our values have been under attack recently. While that may not entirely be the truth, it’s certainly not far from it. With the usual suspects on the left endorsing a wave of violence against anyone who dares resist them, we could only hope that the … Continue reading Nowhere to Go, Part 3: A Distressing Future by Reid Neason