Founded by the late televangelist preacher Jerry Falwell in 1971, Liberty is one of the most influential Christian colleges in the nation. Liberty receives about $445 million in yearly taxpayer subsidies but still prohibits openly gay students and College Democrats. The school teaches earth creationism and boasts a world class debating team coached by a former Bush adviser who’s heros include Jesus Christ and Ronald Reagan.
Notable Liberty University Alumni
Phil Stacey from season 6 of American Idol.
Heidi Mueller was on the soap opera Passions from 2003 until 2008.
The metal band Winter Solstice.
The King’s College
Led by Dinesh D’Souza, author of the book The Roots Of Obama’s Rage, the school has a reputation for training dogmatically conservative Christian activists. It is also located on two floors of the Empire State Building in New York.
The King’s College Fun Facts!
Kings does not require attendance at church or chapel services, and students are not required to sign a statement of faith (although faculty are). Instead, students sign an honor code pledging not to lie, cheat, steal, or turn a blind eye to those who do.
During the 2007-2008 academic year, the school enrolled a total of 220 students from 11 countries and 37 states. By the fall term of 2008, enrollment had grown to 258, and the average ACT score of the 2008 incoming class was 28, putting the King’s College in the 90th percentile nationwide.
George Mason University
George Mason University is a hotbed of libertarianism that’s been tight with K Street lobbyists and the conservative boogeymen Koch brothers since the 1980s.
Notable George Mason Alumni
Juleanna Glover Weiss, lobbyist and advisor to Vice President Dick Cheney.
Robert Traynham, Senior Republican Staffer and top aide to Rick Santorum.
Abdiweli Mohamed Ali, Prime Minister of Somalia.
Hillsdale is called the citadel of American conservatism and is said to be a pipeline to Republican jobs on Capitol Hill.
Patrick Henry College
AKA God’s Harvard, Patrick Henry is famous for its extensive ties to the Republican Party and social conservative groups but has been criticized for the religious interpretations of science that all students and faculty must agree to and continually uphold.
The documentary “God’s Army” exposed the surprising number of students at Patrick Henry College with high level internships in the Bush administration.
Patrick Henry students are asked to acknowledge “Satan exists as a personal, malevolent being who acts as tempter and accuser, for whom Hell, the place of eternal punishment, was prepared, where all who die outside of Christ shall be confined in conscious torment for eternity”, and “Christ’s death provides substitutionary atonement for our sins.”