Brett Kavanaugh, the Supreme Court (SCOTUS) nominee to replace retired justice Anthony Kennedy, has been under intense criticism by the Left due to multiple sexual assault allegations. The allegations purport that Kavanaugh sexually assaulted several…
The U. S. Supreme Court ruled that the owner of Masterpiece Cakes does not have to make wedding morsels for same sex ceremonies if he doesn’t want to. Amanda Shanor, an assistant professor at the…
Supreme Court justice nominee Brett Kavanaugh graduated from Yale University in 1990, but, his nomination by President Donald Trump has led to widespread liberal outcry in the media, on college campuses, on social media platforms such as Twitter, and protests.
And a scene from an anti-ICE rally you probably missed, especially if you get all your information on campus.
Despite former President Obama’s efforts, it appears that at least one of the communities he organized is giving the current president, albeit grudgingly, credit for the economic gains that have occurred, well, during the Trump years.
The University of Texas at Austin seems to think so. “For example, UT has a Social Justice Institute, a ‘central component’ of the UT Community Engagement Center within the 94-person Department of Diversity and Community…
Those collegiate who keep telling pollsters that the Bill of Rights is less important to them than their comfort may want to see how comfortable they would be in a nation, or continent, where leaders felt the same way.
A professor at Rice University wonders if climate change, more commonly known as global warming among non-Millennials, will eliminate racism across the world.
A recommendation that the heroes of the Alamo not be described that way was sharply rejected by the Texas Education Commission but the first woman to get the Democratic nomination for president was not so fortunate.
Free speech absolutists are getting nearly impossible to find on campuses, at least among the Left that dominates universities.
It barely comes up.
For years the word truth was usually preceded by the definite article. Now, at least politically and academically–and they often overlap, it is getting other modifiers.
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This time when they told him not to let politics interfere with his professional duties, they actually attached punishments.
A lecturer at the University of Texas at Austin warns that the confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court could have an adverse affect on affirmative action, even though the recently minted justice has never ruled on an affirmative action case.
Christine Fair, the Georgetown political scientist who wished death and dismemberment upon the Republican half of the U. S. Senate Judiciary Committee over their support of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh, has been placed on “research leave” by Georgetown University. Maybe she’ll learn something.
But is the university practicing guilt by accusation?
Political activists at Scripps College made the mistake of scheduling an anti-Kavanaugh rally on Monday, then sheepishly had to postpone it.
If the name of the new course at the University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana wasn’t clear enough, the progenitors of it leave no doubt where it is heading.
Let’s see what happens, what form it takes, and how long it lasts.