Bless me, mother, for I have sinned. It has been 21 years since I obtained my privilege.
The flyers reflect a dominant ideology that is inculcated on the campuses to a captive audience in frequently required classes that resemble the Workmen’s Circle of early Marxism.
A long list of professors have agreed to challenge their classrooms, and this will make a difference within the lecture halls, but that’s not enough.
Shouting down or shutting down speech isn’t a triumph against ignorance; it perpetuates ignorance.
The American Association of University Professors formerly promoted academic freedom that balances the privileges of additional speech protections with accompanying duties. No more.
President Trump’s chief strategist and senior counselor Steve Bannon is, among other things, a successful conservative documentary filmmaker, a rare achievement.
A current Supreme Court case shows just how problematic it is when people do not have the tools to speak up, and how failure to do so might jeopardize constitutional rights.
This has nothing to do with discrimination against young people brought here illegally. It has everything to do with sound and prudent business practice.
The pro-life movement does not get an equal voice, either in media coverage or college campuses, where pro-life women face discrimination on a growing scale.
Bias response teams function as speech police on many campuses. And they’re the next campus office to sprout under the firehose of federal college subsidies.
Academic freedom in a tenure-based system is not freedom but rather special protection and privileges given to a handful of cronies.
A UC-Berkeley mob pepper-sprayed a woman, injured six people, started fires, and destroyed buildings, all to prevent a speaker from speaking at the birthplace of the free speech movement.
The New Civics sweeping colleges and K-12 teaches that citizenship means looking for grievances, then agitating for bigger government to address them.
With Trump in the White House and the GOP in control of Congress, many conservatives are convincing themselves big government isn’t so bad after all.
When they fired Joy Karenga for vicious anti-semitism, Oberlin College sent a clear message about the responsibilities that accompany academic freedom.
The average Jewish American will encounter far more systemic anti-Semitism as an undergraduate at college than in encounters with the alt-right or middle America.
Academics have been slow to acknowledge how dependent the leaders of the alt-right are upon playbooks that they learned on university campuses.
The alt-right is a nebulous void into which Jews can project their anxieties while ignoring the real adversary that’s far more dangerous and whose origins lie much closer to home.
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