Young America’s Foundation: We aim to expand dialogue

Travis Korson and Joe Naron of Young America’s Foundation argue that their groups strategy for bringing dialogue to campus is not inflammatory or without purpose.

As Matt Ingoglia freely admits in his March 29 column, he did not attend our celebration of traditional marriage in Kogan Plaza last week, nor did he attend the protest of our event held by members of a so-called student group, “Students for Marriage Equality.”

Perhaps this is why Ingoglia makes many untrue assumptions concerning the event, our motives or GWYAF in general. Through casting accusations, Ingoglia demonstrates the wider problems of liberalism at GW: an unwillingness to acknowledge ideas other than its own, and when confronted with these ideas, a tendency to try and shout them down.

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