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Winter 2005 General Meetings:

Tuesday, Royce 362, 6:30 pm

Why be politically correct, when you can just be right?

As the only officially right-of-center organization on campus, the UCLA Bruin Republicans pride themselves in offering conservative students an outlet for their opinions and a niche for their values. Like many College Republican organizations, we attempt to stimulate the campus dynamic with thoughtful debate and the creation of a marketplace of ideas. Despite being on one of the most liberal campuses nationwide--where Democrats outnumber Republicans 15:1 on the faculty--our ranks continue to enjoy healthy numbers well above 800.

The Bruin Republicans are the most diverse group on campus both culturally and ideologically. We do not toe a strict party line, and encourage independent thought and inner discussion among our members. Outside of campus politics the BRs retain an active network--whether it be in religion, athletics, academics, or career pursuits--and new members are encouraged to use the BRs as a vehicle for their personal enrichment.

Prospective members and interested parties are encouraged to review our online brochure, review our 2004-05 prospectus, and to browse our archived Daily Bruin archives for further information. 

P.S. Please excuse our mess. Our web site remains under construction.

COMING SOON: Download Bruin Republicans' informational fliers, including our popular "Lefty Lies" series, in printer-friendly, cross-platform .pdf format.

 

 

Sharansky is the Author of he Case for Democracy: The Power of Freedom to Overcome Tyranny and Terror, a book currently being read by President Bush and National Security Advisor Condolezza Rice. He spent nine years in prison in the Soviet Union for treason for advocating freedom, and is now serves in the Israeli parliament and cabinet.

BR board members Adi Hed and Tamir Elghanayan with Natan (Anatoly) Sharansky

 

The Bruin Republicans and Bruin Democrats held an intense political debate on Thursday October 29 in Moore Hall, which displayed the mostly friendly, but at times passionate, rivalry between the two groups' policies. Each group's panel consisted of three members during the 45 minute domestic-policy segment and three others during the foreign-policy segment. All the questions were asked by audience members....

Former BR Chairman Jon Cayton debates foreign policy.

 

Bruin Republicans gave a series of speeches supporting the Republican platform to start off their self-created Conservative Culture Week in Meyerhoff Park on Monday afternoon...

BR member Cristina Carillo speaks out about her switch to the GOP.

 

Summer/Fall 2004 Articles by BR Members


By Matthew Knee

Last Tuesday was a historic day for America. The Republican Party scored the largest victory of any political party in an American election for decades. President Bush was the first presidential candidate since 1988 to win a majority of votes, the first since 1936 to gain seats in the House and Senate in his re-election bid, and his 3.5 million vote margin precludes any credible claim that he somehow stole the election...

By Nicholas Louw

As the old saying goes: "Nobody washes a rental car." This phrase is especially popular among conservatives, who cannot stand the idea of government providing people with the means to their ends.
We believe the tendency for people to rely on others for their well-being is a source of self-destruction and that it perpetuates diminished opportunity as a consequence of apathy...

 

By Matthew Knee

As America faces an insurgency in Iraq, military overstretch and attempts by Iran and North Korea to develop nuclear weapons, the first presidential debate revealed stark differences between the two presidential candidates' approaches to these crises.
While President Bush will combine a robust set of far-sighted and complimentary diplomatic and military options, Sen. John Kerry will depend excessively on other nations' good faith – he will ignore incentive structures, backup plans and long-term goals...

By Matthew Knee

A few weeks ago, I heard a friend had received an e-mail courtesy of "Rock the Vote" that cited the existence of a draft bill (sponsored only by Democrats) as evidence suggesting that President Bush would enact a military draft if re-elected. My concerned friend is representative of students across the country who have been bombarded with frenzied slogans like "Vote or Die!" and scare tactics like "Rock the Vote's" draft letter...

By Jennifer Otter

President Bush's policies on education have given birth to a near-record increase in college enrollment. His 2005 budget not only continues his support for higher education but nurtures college students as they venture out into an improving job market...

Classrooms must be open to all ideas By Chris Moritz

Across America, from the smallest classrooms to the grandest lecture halls, a terrible plague threatens the intellectual honor of our schools and the political future of our nation. The mutation of the professor's podium to the politician's pulpit is a violation of the value of individual exploration and thought – a violation of American principle...

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