Two decades ago, I turned down the opportunity for an Ivy League education—not because I couldn’t get accepted, but because I couldn’t afford the acceptance. It worked out well.
The FBI throwing the book at a bunch of the country’s rich and famous has the added benefit to being a surefire distraction from the ethical hole the FBI has dug itself.
Why should Americans give weight to Ivy League credentials when many such students are too scared to handle even respectful intellectual dissent?
As affirmative action court cases and skyrocketing tuition rates reveal, today’s Ivy League institutions put their own biases ahead of their students’ advancement.
When privileged Asian-Americans argue race-based discrimination is acceptable, they allow themselves to be used as a wedge group.
A shot at one of the top jobs in the federal judiciary seems to be the exclusive perk of attending just two law schools and a small number of elite undergraduate schools.
Yale’s English department decided it will no longer require English majors to study literary luminaries such as William Shakespeare and John Donne.
A pack of jarring, hell-hated lewdsters decided to take action on the department’s open shift from works with high literary and historic value to those that have more race, sexuality, and gender points.
To compensate for their racist pasts, Georgetown University and other highly regarded colleges are engaging in an entirely new form of bigotry.
A progressive heroine, Warren refuses to check her privilege, and is given a pass.
Harvard is purging the ‘civil society’ of private student clubs in order to remove resistance to campus orthodoxy.
This year, the barbarians have been raging within our nation’s leading institutions of ‘higher’ education. Now among the young have arisen champions of Western civilization.
Harvard faculty are supposed to be less gullible, less panicky, and better educated than your average third grader. As this insanity shows, perhaps that’s not so.
Students from the same family income range shouldn’t cloister together on Ivy League campuses.
If Scott Walker can run for president, he is challenging the basic cultural class identity of the mainstream left.
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