“This plan will help ensure future generations of Americans pass on the same love of country and freedom which our parents and our grandparents shared with you and me.”
Former Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker recently took over as president of the Young America’s Foundation, an organization that promotes conservatism and traditional American values on college campuses.
Walker is taking his new role very seriously, and has launched a campaign to take culture and education back from the left.
His plan is called “The Long Game,” and it’s meant to offer young people an alternative.
Connor McNulty writes at Townhall:
How Former Gov. Walker Is Providing a ‘Cancel Culture’ Alternative for America’s Youth
Many young Americans find themselves ill-equipped, under-supported, and facing intimidation when simply attempting to express their personal opinions and live accordingly. Fortunately, former Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker, now president of the Young America’s Foundation, has a plan to help.
By offering greater support, encouragement, and resources to open-minded students throughout the country, Walker’s 12-point action plan, dubbed “the Long Game,” aims to loosen the left’s stranglehold on institutions and fight back against the pervasive damage caused by “cancel culture.“
“The Long Game is the way we win not only the battle but also the war. It’s investing in our children’s children,” said Walker in press release. “This plan will help ensure future generations of Americans pass on the same love of country and freedom which our parents and our grandparents shared with you and me.”
Walker outlines the plan in this video:
Scott Walker is uniquely qualified to lead this battle and more people on the right need to get involved.
Read more at the YAF website.
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