James O’Keefe, the College Years
A friend passes on a copy of the inaugural issue of The Centurion, the conservative paper James O’Keefe started at Rutgers University — before he worked for a year at the Leadership Institute, helping conservatives on other campuses start their own publications.
The issue is after the jump, and it’s worth checking out now that we know that O’Keefe’s alleged co-conspirators also came from the world of conservative campus activism. And O’Keefe’s first editor’s note contains the statement — “the truth will set you free” — that he gave to reporters when leaving the courthouse yesterday.
Disguising truth has helped every blood-thirsty tyrant and dictator keep the shackles on humanity throughout history. Let us rock the foundations of academia and challenge the thrones that have for too long indoctrinated us about our world and the context in which we live. As the Journal of Conservative thought at Rutgers university THE CENTURION will try its hardes to serve to that end. Turn the page. You may read things you agree with and you may read things that you disagree with. But at least you’ll come closer to realizing your own truth, and in the words of Jesus Christ, “The truth shall set you free.”