to Challenge Dominance of College Leftists to Challenge Dominance of College Leftists

ARLINGTON, Va., Sept. 15 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Leadership Institute
today launched, a new social networking website for
conservative student activists.  Designed to help student groups promote
conservative principles and fight liberal abuses at colleges and universities
across the country, offers its users advanced networking
capabilities, training, and a variety of continually updated activism

The website includes a unique subsite for each of the 2,376 four-year colleges
and universities in the country and offers customizable pages for both student
groups and individual users.

" will dramatically increase the number of battles fought
against leftist abuses on college campuses this year," said Morton Blackwell,
Leadership Institute founder and president.  "And based on long experience,
conservative students will win most of those new battles as they identify,
expose, and combat leftist abuses and bias."

Blackwell started to provide an online organizing platform
for conservative activists who want to stand up for their principles on campus
and reclaim American higher education from the left.  He organized the 1980
Youth for Reagan effort and was on the Steering Committee of National Youth
for Goldwater in 1964.

" will help students break the left's stranglehold on the
ivory tower.  Enough is enough, and it's time for conservatives to stand up
against liberal indoctrination on college campuses," said Tyler Millage, a
junior political science major at UNC-Wilmington who works with the Leadership

Established in 1979, the Leadership Institute increases the number and
effectiveness of conservative activists across the country.  To do that, the
Institute identifies, recruits, trains, and places conservatives in
government, politics, and the media, enrolling more than 74,000 students in
its unique programs since its inception.  

LI's Campus Leadership Program, which encompasses, has
already organized over 1,100 currently active independent student groups and
publications at colleges across the country and maintains a correspondent
relationship with these campus activists. 

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Adrienne Royer, New Media Director, +1-703-647-3357,