What many of us have long noticed anecdotally is now shown empirically.
Topic: Celine Ryan
Only in academia is diversity a growth industry
If a lawyer who represents himself has, as an old adage went, “a fool for a client,” what can you say about students who teach themselves?
Cornell, which might have one conservative on its faculty, is launching a full-scale “diversity” push while ignoring conservatives.
And when you see them it will be even harder not to sympathize with cafeteria and janitorial workers there.
The old joke is that those who can’t do teach, and Washington Post columnist E. J. Dionne has been teaching his brains out.
As if their very existence were not endangered enough, campus radicals who dominate universities can’t seem to find any conservative professors who are not white supremacists, whether they are or not.