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

Sterling Beard
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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

Editor-in-Chief

Sterling Beard is Campus Reform’s editor-in-chief. Previously, he worked as an Editorial Associate at National Review Online, a Staff Writer at The Hill and as Campus Reform’s news editor.

 

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