Watch the latest video at video.foxnews.com Some graduates of Liberty University said they were returning their diplomas to the evangelical school to denounce Falwell's latest show of support.But Falwell dismissed the protest on Monday, telling the Associated Press that it was "all just grandstanding."Trump...
RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Some graduates of Liberty University say they're returning their diplomas to the evangelical school to denounce President Jerry Falwell Jr.'s latest show of support for Donald Trump. Falwell dismissed the protest...Show More Summary
Alumni from one of America’s most conservative evangelical universities are organizing to send back their diplomas in protest of university president Jerry Falwell Jr.’s unwavering support of Donald Trump’s remarks in the aftermath of racially motivated violence in Charlottesville, Virgnia. Show More Summary
By Maggie Astor Dozens of Liberty University alumni plan to return their diplomas in protest after the university’s leader, Jerry Falwell Jr., defended President Donald Trump’s response to the white supremacist rally and deadly car attack in Charlottesville, VA. When Trump declared last Tuesday that there had been “very fine people” among the white nationalists […]
Dozens of alumni pledged to act after the university’s leader, Jerry Falwell Jr., defended President Trump’s response to the violence in Charlottesville, Va.
A group of graduates of Liberty University plan to send back their diplomas to protest Jerry Falwell, Jr.'s support of Donald Trump after the events in Charlottesville.Sounds like a powerful gesture. Too bad it won't accomplish anything.
Hair Furor ranted about “fake news” for the millionth time this morning and praised Jerry Falwell’s appearance yesterday on Fox & Friends. Meanwhile this is happening on Falwell’s home turf: Liberty University graduates are calling on fellow alumni to take a stand against by returning their diplomas. Show More Summary
Some Liberty University graduates plan to send back their diplomas to the evangelical school in Lynchburg, Virginia, to protest the college president’s unwavering support of President Donald Trump, which they say has left them “with shame and anger.”
Dozens of Liberty University graduates have vowed to return their diplomas — in an effort to protest the Lynchburg, Virginia, university’s support of Donald Trump. According to the “Return Your Diploma to LU” Facebook page, alumni are being encouraged to mail their diplomas, via USPS, to the office of Jerry Falwell Jr. Show More Summary
Serves this wacky school right. A group of Liberty University alumni are returning their diplomas to the school because its President, Jerry Falwell, Jr., can't stop himself from fawning over Donald Trump. Related: Here's One Idea For A New President! Liberty is, of course, an evangelical Christian university, and so you'd think they would be attracted to the [...]
A small, but apparently growing, group of Liberty University alumni are launching a campaign to return their diplomas to the evangelical Christian school to protest its alignment with President Donald Trump. The group began organizing...Show More Summary
Trump supporter and Liberty University President Jerry Falwell Jr. joins "This Week."
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President Donald Trump has inside information on the white supremacists who marched in Charlottesville on Aug. 12, and that is how the president knows there are “very fine people” among them, according to Liberty University President Jerry Falwell Jr. Falwell Jr. appeared on ABC’s This Week Sunday morning and cheered Trump’s remarks following the Charlottesville […]
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Liberty University President Jerry Falwell Jr., a longtime ally of President Donald Trump, defended his controversial response to violence at a white supremacist protest in Charlottesville, Virginia last week. In an interview on ABC's...Show More Summary
When dealing with a topic that is as life-and-death as abortion, due to the emotional nature of the topic, sometimes arguments can get heated on both sides. Liberty University senior Timothy Stam believes that heated arguments can adversely...Show More Summary
Authored by Mike Krieger via Liberty Blitzkrieg blog, There is a true law, a right reason, conformable to nature, universal, unchangeable, eternal, whose commands urge us to duty, and whose prohibitions restrain us from evil. Whether it enjoins or forbids, the good respect its injunctions, and the wicked treat them with indifference. Show More Summary