Religious liberty actually has had a long and noble history in the United States, at least until recently.
Here’s the difference between real historians and the counterfeit variety we usually get in academe: The former bring history to life because they make an effort to know their subject.
The nation’s pre-eminent political science professors are still scratching their heads over the result of the 2016 presidential election: Perhaps they should chat with some of the people who voted for the winner rather than consult The New York Times.
Because we are so concerned about the preservation of America’s Bill of Rights, not to mention the rest of the U. S. Constitution, we were thrilled to learn of the efforts, and effectiveness of the Bill of Rights Institute.
Law school professors with anything resembling a fondness for Constitutional freedoms are getting harder and harder to find.
The evidence piles up that in our largest city, charter schools can help the poor, even while the city’s traditional public schools continue to pile up an abysmal record. Stanford University’s Center for Research on…
When you see their efforts to measure racial attitudes on campus, you might wonder.
Not for nothing did one economist represented by it once call the California Faculty Association (CFA) call it “the California Feckless Association.”
Left-wing scholars, particularly in academe, make lots of attention getting assertions. Regrettably, they usually offer little in the way of illuminating evidence. “In the midst of almost unimaginable horror in Puerto Rico, a bright light…
Students and professors propagate anti-Israel ideology at America’s college campuses, harshly lambasting the Jewish State, Dr. Richard Cravatts explained during an interview on The Alex Nitzberg Show.
If Columbia University’s Center for Palestine Studies gets any more anti-Israel than it already is, it will have to register as a foreign agent.
The process by which public employee unions have been able to accumulate political capital by dunning union dues from non-union members has been in reversal and the beneficiaries of that old policy don’t like it one bit.
Bard College is the latest college to offer a gender pronoun guide to inform students and faculty how to call other people’s gender.
Merrimack College offers its students a social justice major to know how to handle the United Nations, and other interactions.
The disintegration of higher education is depressing enough to cover on a daily basis but when you look at the arc of it at years end, it gets really melancholy.
At the Clinton’s education foundation, board members might be more likely to graduate than students.
Perhaps they would rather critique them than work in them.
Apparently, selfies (i.e. photos of oneself often taken from a smartphone) are pushing ‘traditional gender roles’ at the University of Georgia.
Colleges may not celebrate Christmas, but they have no shortage of snowflakes.
The University of Virginia administration pressured the student government to withdraw their objections to a conservative group mission statement in order to approve their application.