“These Harvard kids got the less of their lives in the Heartland.”
“It’s time these opponents of free speech start recognizing our need to have our views brought to discussion and debate,” argues conservative student Clare McKinney.
If large numbers were failing the driver’s ed exam, would you kill those tests, too? Or would you improve your teaching methods?
Despite good intentions, Wisconsin Assembly Bill 299 may lead to unfair accusations and poor accountability of those who disrupt free speech events.
Diversity social programs take funding away from more important academic educational programs.
“Didn’t you educate us on how to do s–t like this?”
It’s more like 1, 2, 3 INDOCTRINATION.
UC-Berkeley professor Alan Ross accomplished what administrators have not: host a large guest lecture by a conservative speaker free of protests and riots.
Perhaps it’s time to cancel Berkeley’s federal funding.
Joy Pullmann has done American students, their parents and their teachers a huge service with her new book, The Education Invasion.
“Progressives see it as their duty to slander any individual who holds different political ideals.”
Four experts look ahead to the many reasons conservatives have to celebrate the new year.
Find out how well your university scores in its tolerance of free speech and open debate on campus.