‘Political correctness’ focus of talk April 26 at Ripon College

Jake Jacobs, a dynamic and energized speaker, writer and historian, will speak at Ripon College Wednesday, April 26. His talk, “Political Correctness: Stifling Freedoms in Schools and Society,” will run from 4:30 to 5:15 p.m. in Kresge Little Theatre, East Hall, on the campus. Free pizza and beverages will be provided.

His appearance is sponsored by the Ripon College Young Americans for Freedom chapter.

Jacobs teaches history at Lourdes Academy in Oshkosh, Wisconsin. He is the president and founder of Liberty Proclamation Education and has degrees in American history and biblical and Judeo-Christian studies from Arizona State University, Ashland Theological Seminary and North-West University. He has spent more than 28 years in public and private high schools and at the college level, “teaching his passion for our Constitutional Republic under God, all the while stressing historical correctness, in the face of politically correct intimidation by the academic establishment.”

As a public high school teacher, he publicly defended Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker on Fox & Friends. He is a popular speaker for Young Americans for Freedom, conservative radio, and Tea Party, civic and church events.


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