David Frum joins The Federalist Radio Hour to weigh in on 2016 and comparing political environments then and now.
Telling students that morality and truth are subjective leads to precisely the sort of witch-hunts we’ve seen at Ithaca College and everywhere this school year.
American universities have left their most important job to their athletics departments.
Robert Tracinski hosts The Federalist Radio Hour with Jay Cost, Rachel Lu and Asawin Suebsaeng.
In Date-onomics, Jon Birger uses data to explore the dating and marriage dilemmas that single, college-educated women face.
I don’t think it’s possible to stop a school shooting before it starts. That’s why people should be allowed to carry their guns on campus.
We need to discuss gun restriction in terms of serious violent crime, not incidents where a girl is going to end up killing her boyfriend in her dorm room.
Helicopter parenting, politicalization of affirmative consent, and student debt up to the eyeballs are just a few of the issues facing kids today according to Robby Soave, staff editor for Reason magazine.
Corporate culture might be soulless, but it generally does not function as a merciless, grinding mechanism of hypersensitivity, like universities.
Stopping microaggressions is too important a matter to be left to chance.
Smoking is dangerous and gross, but the government should not ban it from private establishments.
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