Student Blog Contest

America’s Future Foundation is pleased to announce a nationwide
for the best conservative or libertarian college blogger. The
purpose of the contest is to encourage original liberty-minded blogger
journalism on college campuses and to identify young conservative and
libertarian talent who wish to pursue careers as journalists and

The contest is open to all graduate and undergraduate bloggers age
25 and younger. The winning blog will be awarded a cash prize of $10,000,
and be invited to be a panelist at an AFF Roundtable on higher
education in Washington, D.C. Awards will be announced on April 7, 2008.


May the biggest bowtie wearing tool win.

Umm ... conservatives are libertarian? When did this happen?

I thought about entering, but it asked about what impact your blog has had on campus and how long you've been blogging and I figured I'd be at a serious disadvantage. I also wasn't sure if I wore my ideological badge prominently enough, but you guys can judge that for yourselves.

Because grad students are generally under 25... ::much snickering::

I have to echo what is said above, since when did conservative become "liberty minded"?!

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It would be nice to get your entry into the contest, event better to mention it on your site.

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Not too bothered about going round Washington but the 10 grand would be nice :-)

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