October 29, 2020

Gen Z Conservative

The thoughts of a young conservative on political issues relevant to all ages

The College Conservatives

The College Conservatives

Introduction

So far, one of my favorite things about running this blog has been hearing from all of the other wonderful, young conservatives out there fighting for conservatism and intelligently articulating what they believe in. So, this week, it is my great pleasure to publish a guest article about The College Conservative, a podcast and YouTube channel run by other Gen Z conservatives. Like The New Movement, One Nation United, and The Average Conservative Podcast, The College Conservative should hopefully serve as a beacon of online free speech and conservative thought of the sort that Andrew Breitbart describes in Righteous Indignation. Enjoy this article and make sure to check out The College Conservative by using the links at the bottom of the article! -Gen Z Conservative

Who are The College Conservatives?

The College Conservatives are a group of three college students from Indiana whose goal is to help lead and inspire the next generation of conservatives.

The left has a stronghold on our public schools and universities, and there has to be something done about this. One of our main goals is to educate Gen. Z about the dangerous left. We give a young take on politics from the right side of the political aisle.

You can find us on most social media sites, we are on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, TikTok, and Youtube. Our YouTube channel is where you can find our opinions and facts about almost any current event. It has a couple of different components, including podcast episodes, live interviews, and our special series, “Say This.”

In our podcasts, we cover the most controversial and staggering current events and give a young-conservative take on them. In the second half of our podcast, we either interview people or analyze books and articles.

One thing we frequently highlight on the podcast is the liberal influences that we see in our college or the past schools we have attended. Our most viewed videos are our Man on the Street interviews. In those fun and exciting episodes, e get up close and personal with crazy, deranged, leftist protestors and try our best to have a civil conversation.

The last component of our show is the Say This series, in which we cover different topics such as Antifa, The Wall, and gun control. This series gives you all the facts that you need to bring a solid argument when you are debating leftists.

Best of all, our channel is growing! So, we can really use the help of young conservatives to reach our goals. On March 30th we will be featured on a radio station called WJOB, which is out of Hammond, Indiana. We have quickly grown to a couple of hundred subscribers in just over two months, and hope to continue to receive large amounts of support!

Our videos get hundreds of views, and we are always looking for opportunities to work with other young conservatives to fulfill our mission of growing the conservative movement and helping to influence Gen Z conservatives.

For those reading, we urge you to expose any leftist bias and influence you see in your schools. To all conservatives reading this, make sure you are registered to vote, and vote for both local and general elections. Volunteer and donate to the GOP to ensure we take back the House of Representatives in 2020. If we could all do our part and register other young Republican voters we will win in 2020. Keep supporting other young conservatives because that is the only way we will grow this movement, and take back our schools from the left. Thank you for your time. 

By: The College Conservatives

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