If Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT), Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) and Rep. Pramila Jayapal (D-WA) have their druthers, all student debt will be wiped out and Wall Street will pay for it. The left-wing legislators touted…
Monthly Archives For June 2019
One of the “mission bells” that dot the old El Camino Real in California was removed at the University of California-Santa Cruz because it offended a local Native American tribe.
University of Louisville professor Ricky Jones, who teaches in the Department of Pan-African Studies, recently wrote two opinion editorials in the local newspaper, the Louisville Courier-Journal. In the May 29 editorial entitled, “Support for Donald…
An anti-Trump organization, PEN America, wrote a recent opinion editorial which criticized bans on “free speech zones” in Texas and Alabama and defended the “heckler’s veto.”
A recent poll of presidential scholars in academia showed their anti-Trump biases, where they ranked President Trump at the bottom of leadership and diversity and inclusion categories among the fourteen modern U.S. presidents.
The University of Colorado Board of Regents recently approved a plan to send a letter reaffirming the defense of free speech on all its college campuses in the state of Colorado.
Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine at Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU) Dr. Esther Choo recently posted some tweets about white people that attracted attention. While the tweets were visible on her account Sunday morning,…
Some students have privacy concerns when a Cal Poly professor created an app that tracked students’ GPS locations for class attendance reasons, but the professor said that there are protections to prevent abuse of the data and tracking tools.
A left-wing advocacy group Public Citizen issued a report criticizing the libertarian philanthropist Charles Koch for donating money to George Washington University’s Regulatory Studies Center, which Public Citizen claims unduly influences the Trump administration’s deregulatory agenda.
Several courses in the upcoming 2019 fall semester at Villanova University tell the story of how Christianity is rooted in social justice.