OutCast

How the Radical Left Tried to Destroy a Young Conservative

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Stevie’s term as Belmont University’s Student Body President was going along nicely in early 2020 and he was looking forward to the upcoming semester at this “Conservative Christian University.” He didn’t know that in these troubled times, a student, who dares to declare his love for America on the Fourth of July, may be risking his life and future. After Stevie declared his love for America, students fought to ensure that Stevie had no future. His peers turned into social justice activists wielding any authority they had against him, desperate to prove their allegiance to the Black Lives Matter organization. They seemed determined to destroy anyone who disagreed with them, regardless of the cost. Stevie would no longer be judged by the content of his character. Instead, he would be judged by his refusal to bow to the woke mob.

Gloria Giorno’s compelling tale of her son Stevie’s devastating sojourn as president of Nashville’s Belmont University should serve as a warning of how bad things have become practically everywhere for America’s conservative youth. Don’t miss this important and enlightening book!

Roger L. Simon

Editor-At-Large 

…a riveting, thought-provoking exploration of the troubling erosion of free speech and open discourse in our contemporary society.

Andy Ogles

U.S. Representative