'The Conservatives,' Starring Mark Levin And Michelle Malkin, Premieres August 1

Ron Meyer
By Ron Meyer | July 23, 2012 | 2:20 PM EDT

While higher education and the Obama administration have teamed up to forward class-warfare, you-didn’t-build-that rhetoric to America’s youth, the Young America’s Foundation has teamed up with director Stephen K. Bannon to release The Conservatives, a film to help students defend the morality of the free enterprise system.

The Conservatives stars some of the biggest names of the Conservative Movement:

  • Mark Levin,
  • Michelle Malkin,
  • Jonah Goldberg,
  • Monica Crowley, Ph.D.,
  • Dr. Walter Williams,
  • Stephen Moore, and
  • Peter Schweizer.

The film is set to debut on August 1 at the Young America’s Foundation conference in Washington, D.C.

Young Americans, plagued by 17 percent unemployment, have suffered most from the collectivist policies of the Obama administration. Last week, a McClatchy-Marist poll indicated 69 percent of young people favor tax cuts for all Americans, including high-income job creators.

Young people are open to pro-freedom ideas, and The Conservatives will inspire students to aggressively promote free-market ideas on campus by starting YAF chapters and organizing campus initiatives.

Students have been signing up in droves to order the film for their campus, which is available to them free of charge online.

Here’s my interview from this morning discussing The Conservatives on Fox News Channel’s “Fox and Friends.”

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