Tuesday, April 21, 2009

Media Bias and Terrorism

Do you think the War in Iraq is a Quagmire? Is the media biased in its coverage of the "Overseas Contingency Operation?" Regardless how you answered to these questions, you need to hear former bobcat, John Wagner's speech, "Media Bias and Terrorism". The Army Major and part-time blogger has been interviewed by BBC, Fox News, The New York Times, and CNN among others. Wagner will be talking about his experience with the military and how the media has molded public opinion about the Global War on Terror. The OU College Republicans are proud to present Major John Wagner as the keynote speaker for Conservative Week on Tuesday April 21st at 7 PM in Baker Theater.

In conjunction with Major Wagner's speech, the OU College Republicans will also be hosting a variety of other events throughout the week. Come celebrate your freedom at the "Every day is like the 4th if July Cookout" on Monday April 20th at College Gate from 10-5. The College Republicans will be selling walking tacos, hot dogs, and burgers.

On Tuesday April 21st join the College Republicans and Pro-Life club at College Gate from 10-4 for a discussion about abortion, FOCA, and Pro-Life values. The tagline for the event: "Abortion? The Government also legalized segregation."

On Wednesday April 22nd join us in showing our gratitude for the men and women who defend our freedoms that are often taken for granted. Stop by College Gate between 10 and 4 to send a note to the troops. Wednesday we will also be doing a screening of An American Carol a comedy about a liberal filmmaker visited by three ghosts who teach him the error of his ways. Please join us in Bentley 129 at 7 PM.

On Thursday April 23rd, come celebrate the end of the world at the Global Warming Beach Party on South Beach starting at 4 PM. Join us for some fun in the sun (weather permitting).

Whatever your political ideology may be come and enjoy the festivities. If you do not agree with us we would love to hear your point of view and share ours with you. In the words of President George W. Bush, "Bring it on!"

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