While the people of these states crucial to Electoral College success are ideologically divided, the people teaching their college students are decidedly not.
In college newspapers, citizens are getting a glimpse of what they can expect in the future.
The litany of examples grows.
Or, if they do, they (unlike progressives) better keep quiet about their political beliefs.
The New York Times’s fact-free attack on Gov. Scott Walker this week ignores the settled law: Candidates can in fact interact with 3rd-party groups that do issue ads.
Ann Coulter’s bombing at the Comedy Central Roast of Rob Lowe hurt the conservatism’s brand within greater popular culture.