The Edgy Interview: Jeff Marston

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Originally published in the Competitive Edge Newsletter, March 2018. I’ve known Jeff Marston since we both walked precincts for Ronald Reagan’s re-election campaign – yep, it was Morning in America in 1984. Those Del Cerro doors we knocked on had a lot of eager Reaganites behind them, so my one (and still only) precinct walk was a good one with …

ALEC comes to San Diego

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Ron Nehring found himself in liberal sandwich on a KPBS radio show regarding The American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC). Francine Busby sounded off the expected leftist rant. The humorous part was SDSU professor Ron King trying to play himself as a non-ideological college professor. All of his remarks betrayed that he believed in a large, intrusive government regulating our lives …

Of Course SDSU Only Applied Non-Discrimination Policy to the Christian Sorority

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Sisters of Alpha Delta Chi – Delta Chapter. In yesterday’s news, 10news is reporting that the 9th Circuit has ruled against San Diego State sorority Alpha Delta Chi, the only Christian sorority on campus. The crux of the issue is whether an officially recognized campus group, which can receive funding if recognized, may restrict membership on the basis of religion. …

Reform the antiquated colleges of America

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I particularly liked this column (below) by my friend Larry Stirling. It’s a blunt, unflattering assessment of San Diego State University’s retiring president Stephen Weber. While this may seem too esoteric for all but my local readers, the op-ed presents some reforms that certainly have almost universal applicability to conventional colleges everywhere. The benefits would be widespread to taxpayers, students …