Jim Gilmore, who ran as a Republican presidential candidate in the 2016 cycle and had served as Virginia’s governor, wrote an op-ed describing the problems that higher education and academia are facing today. It’s worth a read.
Social activism by Mizzou football players garnered the attention from ESPN. Go figure.
A good read from our friend Mike Gonzalez: Despite signs everywhere that the Orlando massacre has failed to bring the country together, there seems to be a growing consensus on at least one point—considering a…
Feminists at a mostly-female college protest against rape culture.
Associate professor at SUNY-Buffalo, Jonathan Katz, thinks the terrorism talk is a distraction in the Orlando shooting discussion: Katz is one of the first in the country to be tenured in gay and lesbian studies…
Calling a disabled person “inspiring” can be considered a microaggression at Mizzou. Wow.
The Kean University graduate and former leader of the Pan African Student Union, Kayla McKelvey, was sentenced to 90 days in jail in a plea deal. The judge was unhappy with it, saying that her actions could’ve created a “tinder box” and unstable situation.
No wonder their student enrollment dropped heading into this fall…their students are ideologues and will stop at almost nothing to make a point.
Political correctness running amok! They also blame guns for the Orlando nightclub shooting, but ignore how the Orlando shooter, Omar Mateen, was self-radicalized and pledged loyalty to the Islamic State.
A professor said, through his many travel experiences for research, Marxism doesn’t work in the real world.