Michael Munger is described in this article as a "conservative" who chairs the Duke Political Science Department. A quote from him in the same paragraph implies worry about a "total lack of conservative voices" on college campuses (or maybe just Duke).
What am I missing? Does Dr. Munger not consider himself a conservative, or just feel part of the minority? I would think that a department chair at a major university would have a reasonable amount of influence. "Total lack" of conservative voices?
Don't sell yourself so short Mikey.
Sorry - "preposterous discrepancy"
That seems like an almost prepostrous discepancy between what most of the local bands are making and what the Rosebuds are making. They're not a prominent local band?
I'm a little confused Grayson. You mention that touring bands will be paid $75 and prominent local bands will make $100. Later in the article you seem to imply that the Rosebuds are the festivals largest expense and will be paid over $2,500 to play. This cannot possibly be true.
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