Campus Reform’s Katherine Timpf talks biased textbooks on Fox & Friends

Sterling Beard
Director of Journalism Training

Campus Reform’s Katherine Timpf joined Fox & Friends Tuesday morning to discuss a University of South Carolina textbook which portrays Ronald Reagan as sexist and says conservatives view people as “self-centered, lazy, and incapable of true charity.”

“This just goes to show how. . .automatically accepted is the narrative that conservatives are sexist,” Timpf said. “Ronald Reagan appointed around 1,400 women to policy-making positions, not cookie making positions.”

Timpf listed numerous high-profile women that Reagan had appointed, including Sandra Day O’Connor, the first female Supreme Court Justice, and Jeane Kirkpatrick, the first female U.S. ambassador to the United Nations.

Watch: Campus Reform’s Katherine Timpf

Timpf went on to say that the textbook’s harsh view of conservatives shows “what a horrible place the college campus can be for a conservative student.”

“There’s a lot of indoctrination going on,” Timpf said.





Sterling Beard

Sterling Beard

Director of Journalism Training
Sterling Beard is Campus Reform's Director of Journalism Training. Prior to joining Campus Reform, he spent time as an editorial associate for National Review Online and as a staff writer at The Hill, where he served as the Intercollegiate Studies Institute's Lyn Nofziger Fellow and regularly appeared across the country on Fox News Radio to provide analysis of current events. In 2017, Sterling was named to The Chronicle of Higher Education's Influence List, one of nine people who "affected federal policy, campus culture, and the national conversation about education in 2017 — and who are likely to remain influential in the year ahead."
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