While a student at Rutgers University, famed conservative activist James Keefe and his peers launched a monthly political journal known as the The Centurion, a publication alternative to the usual progressive fare offered on campus.

Now, Vocative has posted selection of those college works.

Consider this a super-early Christmas present!

The Centurion, February 2005

O’Keefe pens column, “The Conservative Manifesto—Part III,” including the following tenets: “A conservative believes in natural rights…[and] is not afraid to tell the multiculturalists and western intellectuals that ridding the world of genital mutilation, infanticide, religious discrimination, patriarchy, cannibalism, forced abortions and corrupt dictators is not ‘culturally imperialistic,’ or ethnocentric.” Plus: “A conservative believes in objective truth…[and] believes strongly in virtue: pursuing the good life for man for its own sake.”

The Centurion, March 2005

In a column titled, “The New McCarthyism,” O’Keefe writes: “On February 10th, 2005 Rutgers violated the US constitution by censoring fast-food sandwiches names, locally known as ‘Fat Sandwiches,’ because the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered communities deemed sandwich favorites, including the Fat Bitch and the Fat Dyke ‘offensive’.” He continues by noting a “contradiction” that the “LGBTQI (the ever expanding acronym) community” isn’t offended by the existence of Bitch Magazine, known as a “voice for feminism.”

The Centurion, September 2005

O’Keefe writes an essay titled, “Inside the Mind of the Rutgers Professor: Indoctrination has led to the decline of our college experience.” The first sentence of his first section, termed “Multiculturalism,” highlights that “every student at Rutgers is required to take a ‘non-western’ course in the humanities or social sciences, though there is no required course in ‘western’ humanities or social sciences.”

In his “Literature” section, O’Keefe claims that, since the 1960′s, “professors have been abandoning the great books curriculum,” noting “classics, by authors such as Aristotle, Plato, Euclid, Cyrus, Theseus, Moses, Romulus, Rousseau have been replaced with third-rate Marxist hogwash, justified by the assertion that the societies that produced the great texts were racist and sexist.” He adds, somewhat perplexingly: “What the professors fail to mention is no great literary work was produced during the 1960’s, one of the saddest times for the American Academy.”

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