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  • Foundation High School Student Appears on Glenn Beck

    2/9/2011 4:12:50 PM Posted by Patrick Coyle

    Victor MooneyLike most high school students, Victor Mooney didn't make a habit of attending conservative conferences or paid much attention to conservative ideas in general. In fact, he was an Obama supporter. However, there was a fateful day that Victor first heard Glenn Beck which spurred him to change his thinking.

    Since then, Victor has begun tweeting under the name "ReaganStyle" and has built quite a following. Last summer, Young America's Foundation was honored to have Victor attend our National High School Leadership Conference.

    Watch Victor's interview on Glenn Beck's radio show.

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    • I am proud of you Victor! I pray my children grow up to see our Nation's values as you do. I've seen you stand your ground, when family was trying to drag you back into their version of the world! Give No Ground!
      Posted by Jeff Brodhead on 05/10/2011
    • Proud of you, Victor! Grew up during the Reagan years myself, wish I was as courageous as you when I was your age. Fight the good fight, let's take back our country!
      Posted by New Conservative Journal on 06/01/2011
    • There is hope and it will come when and where least expected. Great job all. I'm feeling pride again.
      Posted by Red Dog on 06/07/2011
    • If you like Reagan quotes, you're going to love Reagan QOTD. We don't just have bumber-sticker length quotes, we have the whole thing, in context, which so much more profound and powerful. Reagan was prescient in so many ways. We need another Ronald Reagan to lead us!
      Posted by Mike S. on 06/15/2011
    • I think your a Fine young man. Your allot like Jesus, You spread what is right and get condemned for it. When we walk for Justice, We pay the price. But the benefits are worth it. I'm glad to hear you are a Conservative Christian. God Bless You my Christian Brother. Keep up the good work. I just joined Twitter, So you at least you have one extra friend. I must shock you a little. You see, I'm a (get ready) a White person. Relax, I won't tell anyone if you don't. ahahahahahah. We will talk soon.
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