After a college professor compared the allegations against Brett Kavanaugh, a Supreme Court justice, to a biblical story, a student reported the professor to the university’s Bias Incident Response Team.
Topic: Judge Brett Kavanaugh
If she wants it.
More than 1,300 current and former students at St. Lawrence University signed a letter protesting an honorary degree that university gave Senator Susan Collins.
It is ironic that a Berkeley Ph.D. who specializes in helping the homeless and runs a school of social work should incur the enmity of the Left but that is exactly what happened when Will Rainford offered his observations on one of Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s accusers.
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.
The walkout protests were another part of the anti-Kavanaugh efforts on the Left
Understandably, academics are coming to the defense of a professor at the center of a national controversy. Yet and still, in doing so, are they gliding past evidence, or lack thereof, at the center of the controversy and adding to the chorus of opinions in lieu of fact?
The FBI report is not the only thing senators can read today.
Even with the elastic way that law has been stretched, this extracurricular activity was too much, even for law professors at Harvard sympathetic to Title IX and unsympathetic towards President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee.
While student activists at Harvard managed to keep the Judge Brett Kavanaugh off campus whether he gets confirmed to the Supreme Court or not, elsewhere on campus, pollsters found that the American public does not feel the same way.