For academics attempting to decipher conservatism, veteran publisher and conservative Alfred S. Regnery can introduce them to the four pillars of the philosophy, and they’re not going to like it one bit.
It seems that the Yale psychiatrist who diagnosed the president without a personal examination may not have a license either.
Apparently, scientific skepticism lives.
Non-Californians may view the exodus from the state as a sort of reverse migration that goes against historical trends, particularly those dramatized in old western movies.
The free speech policy at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst brings to mine an axiom of the late, great author M. Stanton Evans, which he dubbed “Evans Law of Inadequate Paranoia.”
Professors may dismiss the link between immigration and crime whether it exists or not.
The South Carolina House of Representatives passed a bill, now headed for the SC Senate with support from the governor, designed to protect students from anti-semitic acts.
All those collegiates thrilled to stay on their parents’ insurance after graduation might not realize that their parents may not be covered either.
Her peers have indirectly dressed down the Yale psychiatrist who diagnosed the president as unstable without ever examining him personally.
Only in higher education, it seems, do the number of jobs go up when the number of customers go down.