Conservative media outlet New Right Network had me on their RIGHT NOW podcast where host Brittany Slaughter interviewed me about the Progressive bias in academia, Conservatives in Hollywood, and a few other topics. Brittany was a very gracious host and I had a great time talking to her.
Check out the interview below:
When Brittany Slaughter asked me about how the Progressives infiltrated universities, I explained,
“I think it started in the 80s. Because if you think of the Hippie generation…that’s what turned a lot of Liberals into Progressives. A lot of these Liberals who hated people with money, their parents started dying and they started inheriting money and thinking ‘Oh, actually having money is kinda cool.” But instead of becoming capitalists like any sane person would, they started teaching at universities and they started teaching their ideology. I really think it was limited to the coasts. At first, everyone kinda ignored it, “It’s over at Harvard. It’s over at Yale. It’s over at University of California, Berkely. it’s not really happening. Conservatives really didn’t put a fight to put a stop to it…. That generation didn’t really fight it and by now, our generation, it’s kinda become infected.”
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