Conservative Resources

*Note: the resources on this list are not directly endorsed by, nor do they endorse, Clemmer For Congress, but are a collection of resources that are helping create & define the new generation of conservatives in America.

Ben Shapiro
Ben Shapiro hosts “The Ben Shapiro Show” on the Daily Wire and is the author of “The Right Side of History.” He is very active on college campuses. He is always open to debates with liberals and focuses heavily on facts and reason. “Facts don’t care about your feelings.”
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Prager University
The non-profit PragerU releases weekly educational videos supporting right-wing policies. Each short video has a new guest to present conservative points of view and the logic behind them. Built as a way to spread message of common sense for students who haven’t had the opportunity of hearing both sides of the issues.
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Change My Mind
In this video series, Steven Crowder, comedian and talkshow host, proposes an idea he believes in and invites anyone to sit down and have a mutually respectful discussion on their difference of opinion to try to come to some level of understanding on the topic. Frequently those sitting down with Crowder have not heard the conservative point of view before and the rationale behind it, and find themselves leaving the table with new ideas to think about.
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John Doyle (Heck Off Commie)
A very young individual on the list, John Doyle is from Generation Z and is a rising star. He is a much more traditional conservative and recalls back to the charm of 1950s America in his videos on why right wing logic is what is best for America. He has a firebrand charm due to his enthusiasm.
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Candace Owens
Candace Owens has been gaining fame since 2017. Speaking in front of Congress on how liberal policies meant to help minorities actually cause more harm and maintain inequality, she is a key force behind the Blexit movement away from the Democrat party.
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John Stossel
A hallmark of freedom values in media for decades. John Stossel has his website and YouTube videos to help educate people on free markets and the importance of the individual and freedom.
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Media Bias/Fact Check
Not a conservative resource, per say, but Media Bias/Fact Check highlights bias in today’s media, whether on the Right or the Left. The website has a slight left lean, but doesn’t shy away from calling out when news networks have liberal or conservative bias and to what degree their general reporting is factual. This is a great way to have an impartial critique of sources like CNN, Buzzfeed and Vox when people try to use them as legitimate news sources to be trusted.
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