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Feds who send arms against ranch families betray American values
Topic - Henry Olsen
Henry Olsen writes in his Washington Times Op-Ed "Dangers of academia's 'indoctrination mills' " (Monday), "Despite decades of calling out the problem, conservatives have yet to make a serious dent in the left's dominance of academia."
Mr. Nader was "inconsequential nationally, but because of our electoral system, he cost [Al] Gore Florida, and hence cost him the election," Mr. Olsen said.
"They can be decisive in a lot of ways, often in ways that don't necessarily show up in how well the candidates do, but rather where they do," said Mr. Olsen, who suggested George W. Bush may not have become president in 2000 were it not for Green Party candidate Ralph Nader.