While conservative voices in America warn against the dangers of incorporating critical race theory and decolonization into university curriculum, one Bryn Mawr assistant professor is taking her anti-racism teaching methods to universities nationwide.
The conservative commentator told Fox News that he is "not a huge fan" of the Republican Party supporting the transgender activist.
Produced by "Justified" actor Nick Searcy, "America, America" features conservatives Charlie Kirk and Ben Shapiro, among others, sharing stories about the importance of religion in American history.
The founder of the conservative student group Turning Point USA took aim at the couple in a recent episode of his podcast, "The Charlie Kirk Show."
The Turning Point USA founder said that "just because you do something that is regrettable does not mean you're planning an armed insurrection against the United States government."
Charlie Kirk, host of The Charlie Kirk Show on talk radio, and founder and president of the conservative organization Turning Point USA, claimed that then-Vice President Richard Nixon "rejected Hawaii's 'certified' election results" in 1960 "because of irregularities and fraud."
Young conservatives, mostly maskless, gathered at an indoor gala to mingle with White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany, Fox News host Laura Ingraham, Senator Rand Paul and Trump ally Roger Stone among others at the Turning Point USA Gala on Friday night.
Rivera also urged Trump to stop giving his supporters "false sense" of hope about overturning the election result.
Kirk's account was locked after he posted that it was 370,000 mail-in ballots that were rejected by Pennsylvania state officials, not ballot applications.
"The only real reason he was hired—everybody knows this and he even admitted it—was because his last name was Biden," Paul said.
"We know they caused the COVID virus," Blackburn said. "They did this by hiding information, by lying about what was happening.
"I believe providence and fate have placed President Trump in office for exactly this place and time, and I am confident he will make the decision that will stun his critics, turn doubters into believers and restore the greatness of American all over again."
J. Kyle Bass, who predicted the 2008 housing market crisis, said the stock markets should be closed to keep people from making emotional decisions with their money.
The president's eldest son also said he believed his father's critics would say the president had dementia if he mixed up states.
A senior legal advisor for President Donald Trump's 2020 campaign lashed out at the NFL's Super Bowl halftime show featuring Jennifer Lopez and Shakira, accusing the league and the "progressive left" of demeaning women.
The former independent counsel told conservative activist Charlie Kirk's podcast that the Democrats should have let the courts decide.
"The most instructive story of 2019 is the curious case of the on- and off-stage actor, Jussie Smollett, and the hoax he perpetrated on the American people."
Celebrating all things Trump, conservative students (metaphorically) gave the finger to political correctness and socialism.
New York Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is "angry and she's committed towards these radical ideas," claims conservative activist Kirk.
"Do you want this to be your legacy? A legacy of censoring your peers?"
"I'm worried about her ideas. She's nothing more than the symptom of a broken culture," Charlie Kirk said of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.
Although protesters have taken to the streets to demonstrate against fuel taxes, the criticism of President Emmanuel Macron is actually the opposite of what right-wing commentators have claimed.
Turning Point USA Communications Director and Spokeswoman Candace Owens decried "censorship" at Chicago's DePaul University, claiming Tuesday the school "pulled the plug" on an upcoming campus speaking event.
"I'm suspicious of this, whether or not this is real or not."
Turning Point USA founder Charlie Kirk and communications director Candace Owens were mired in millennial mayhem as they claimed an "Antifa" protest broke up their otherwise "peaceful" breakfast in Philadelphia on Monday morning.