Academic freedom is just another word for nothing left to lose.
A favorite anecdote from Robert Caro’s first masterpiece is likely untrue.
Bill Clinton’s strategist thinks his party needs a wake-up call.
The regime’s crackdown on their Muslim minority is worse than imagined.
The policy was undeniably harmful and unconstitutional. Is it forgivable?
Despite the obvious connection with the university’s namesake, the word does have other connotations.
What would it mean for the companies’ workers, the stock market and the cost of care?
Gender bias in student evaluations of college professors diminishes considerably by changing the scale.
The Atlantic fired one of their few conservative voices for saying women who have abortions should be hanged. Was this beyond the pale?
The grand gesture may put undue pressure on women in making an important life decision.
Wisconsin-Stevens Point is shuttering 13 majors, including English, history, political science and sociology while expanding more job-oriented programs.
A stupid comment about Hurricane Harvey cost a Florida professor his job.
If you’re under 21 in Hawaii, you’re still technically an adult but you can’t buy tobacco.
The first popularly elected African-American Senator, and the first African-American Senator to serve since the end of Reconstruction ended, has passed away.
An Oberlin College student makes it clear just why she needs an education.
As usual, politicians and pundits are helping to create a climate of fear and concern about Ebola that is not justified by the facts.
The classic “Tom and Jerry” cartoons of the 1940s and 1950s come with a “racial prejudice” warning from Amazon.
The Army brass is worried about its diversity in critical mid-level posts.
A great American writer has passed away.
In a bold move, the Census Bureau has removed “Negro” from its racial categories.
Government-mandated paid sick leave might improve both public health and the American economy.
A blog post lampooning black studies dissertations got a writer fired, setting off a controversy over the limits of free speech.
The American economy is so bad that people are reverse migrating to the Third World.
Rex Huppke reports, “Facts died Wednesday, April 18, after a long battle for relevancy with the 24-hour news cycle, blogs and the Internet.”
Time Magazine has chosen “The Protester” as its Person Of The Year. Let the outrage ensue.
Listing affiliation with gay activist groups hinders one’s chances of landing a job interview.
Yet another study finds conservatives wildly underrepresented in higher education.
No, the discipline isn’t having a George Constanza situation. Rather, a job market that has been dismal for decades has gotten worse.
A bizarre rant in American Spectator contains some interesting thoughts about the nature of America’s political elite.