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.
Study Claimed Conservative Economic Views are Linked to Anger
Say what? Anger can be linked to conservative views on economics, claimed a study done by the University of Cincinnati.
There is confusion in academia of who would represent conservatism in Congress, whether it is Mitch McConnell or Paul Ryan.
Professor: Conservatives have to make their Voice Heard at College Campuses
John McAdams, who remains suspended from Marquette University over an academic free speech issue, told Campus Reform that conservative college students must be active on their campuses and make their voices heard: “You’ve got to…
Abandoning Defensive Crouch Conservative Constitutionalism
Randy Barnett of Georgetown Law wrote a great piece on conservatives going full-throttle, with Constitution in hand, under the Trump administration: Yes, despite current complaints about supposed Republican obstruction of Obama administration judicial appointees, Hans…
Searching for Conservative Scholars
Here’s one of the reasons we do what we do. Even when the remaining journalists on the education beat bend over backwards to cover a story fairly, they still wind up giving it the educational…
Drake University Denies Official Recognition to Conservative Student Group
Conservatives aren’t allowed on college campuses in a formal capacity, at least at Iowa’s Drake University: Hypeline, Turning Point’s website, noted that Drake University student senators, prior to the vote, cited the group’s public approval…
Lenin’s Stubborn Facts
Lenin famously said that facts are stubborn things, and they are, no matter how much his fans in academia try to hide them. “Currently the public and academic view of markets is distorted,” Paul Dragos…
Conservative, Libertarian Professors Ignored in Job Searches
A good take from a Georgetown University professor. Photo by ehpien
Colleges Are All For Diversity — Except When It Comes To Ideas
Editor’s Note: This post was originally published on the Fitzgerald Griffin Foundation website. ALEXANDRIA, VA — When it comes to “diversity,” American colleges and universities are eager to embrace differences in race, ethnic background, religion,…