Since our last Blankley Fellows update, you may have joined us in celebrating a conservative win with the election of Glenn Youngkin to the Virginia governorship. After running a race based on parental rights in education and ridding public schools of CRT-based curriculum, Youngkin beat his opponent, Terry McAuliffe. Our 2021-2022 Tony Blankley Fellow Carrie Sheffield wrote about the race for the New York Post and spoke about Youngkin’s win on Newsmax TV. Catch that piece and segment below!
In her most recent Newsmax column, Patrice Onwuka wrote that the “scariest thing for kids this Halloween is anti-racism” — and we couldn’t agree more with her points in this piece.
For the Spectator, Amber Athey wrote about the ridiculous nature of corporate mask policies. Additionally, both Amber and Patrice have been regularly hosting the WMAL morning show on weekdays in the Washington, DC market. You can catch their broadcasts live here!
For Breaking Points, Saagar Enjeti reported on the poll showing that 2/3rds of Americans do NOT think Joe Biden should run for a second term as President.
Over at Real Clear Politics, Philip Wegmann reported on former President Trump’s recent comments hinting that he is, in fact, planning to run again in 2024. On Fox Business, Hadley Heath Manning commented on the disgusting liberal response to one large family’s concern about inflated milk prices. The story went viral and is worth a look if you haven’t seen it yet.
In a devastating report at the Daily Signal, Kelsey Bolar writes of how Biden’s Afghanistan withdrawal has created a dire humanitarian crisis for young girls — now being sold into marriage. At the Washington Examiner, Tom Rogan opines on the importance of Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand’s recent UFO amendment — fascinating!
Our Fellows are always on the top of the most important news stories of the day. You can catch them on network news and in national newspapers across the country each week, commenting and reporting on what matters most from a perspective that values individual liberty and free enterprise.