Langbert Moment: How Conservatives Can Better Fight Culture War

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This new edition of the Glazov Gang presents Prof. Mitchell Langbert, a professor of business at Brooklyn College, the City University of New York. Last year totalitarian university professors, anti-First Amendment Antifa students, and the national media waged a concerted campaign to have him fired.

In this new Mitchell Langbert Moment, Prof. Langbert discusses: How Conservatives Can Better Fight Culture War, unveiling the problem with how conservatives view conservatism — and what can be done about it.

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And make sure to watch Jamie Glazov’s video: Conservatives’ Catastrophic Failure in Culture War, where he stresses: Leaving the football field is not a strategy to win the game. It is the video that Prof. Langbert is responding to above.

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One thought on “Langbert Moment: How Conservatives Can Better Fight Culture War”

  1. I have no direct comment on any of these videos but I do agree that islam is a tremendous threat. I see islam as a sword and every muslim as a part of that sword, some are the body of the sword, some are the hilt, some are the hand guard, some are the scabbard, some are the belt, some are the edge. The edge cannot exist without the rest, the egyptian storekeeper or lebanese baker are just as dangerous as the people of the edge, the edge cannot exist without the rest. Any reply would be appreciated.

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