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Hard Left at UT

May 15, 2018 by

Having fought hard for racial preferences in admissions, the University of Texas now seeks to expand faculty diversity. Mark Pulliam...

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How Identity Politics Is Harmi...

May 14, 2018 by

Universities and other institutions are watering down requirements in order to attract more women and minorities. Heather Mac Donald...

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Platform, or Publisher?

May 8, 2018 by

If Big Tech firms want to retain valuable government protections, then they need to get out of the censorship business. Adam Candeub,...

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Harvard Against the Police

May 3, 2018 by

An arrest of a drug-crazed black student sends the campus into familiar hysterics. Heather Mac Donald – The Black Lives Matter...

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Unwanted Candor

Apr 13, 2018 by

A scholar is sued for reporting the facts in a Title IX harassment case. KC Johnson – Amid a national debate about due process...

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The Left’s “War on Science”...

Apr 9, 2018 by

City Journal contributing editor John Tierney joins John Stossel to talk about the politicization of science and how the dominance of...

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Choice for Me, But Not for The...

Mar 29, 2018 by

A Washington, D.C. parent gets the argument for school choice backwards. Alex Entz – A Washington, D.C. mom navigating the...

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Deep-Freezing the Truth at Pen...

Mar 21, 2018 by

A distinguished law professor is publicly shamed for pointing out truths about race preferences. Heather Mac Donald – The...

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The “Overheated” Costs of Clim...

Mar 19, 2018 by

Cass discusses climate catastrophism, the Paris Accord, and how obsessions with apocalyptic scenarios have unmoored climate policy...

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Hypocrisy, Inc.

Feb 21, 2018 by

Teachers’ union leaders grandstand about evil corporations while drawing fat salaries. Larry Sand – American Federation of...

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Kosher Salt

Feb 17, 2018 by

How Jewish humor became the standard Stefan Kanfer – Jewish Comedy: A Serious History, by Jeremy Dauber (W.W. Norton &...

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State Islam in France

Feb 16, 2018 by

President Macron faces major questions regarding French secularism. Theodore Dalrymple – Asked once whether he believed in God,...

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The Fight over Flunked-Out Tea...

Feb 16, 2018 by

Mayor de Blasio wants to fill open teaching jobs with unqualified candidates. Marcus A. Winters – At the direction of Bill de...

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When Family Values Pay

Feb 2, 2018 by

The success of the Hallmark channels is a counter-narrative to Hollywood’s grim trend. Steven Malanga – The nation’s political...

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Return of the MOOCs

Jan 29, 2018 by

An innovative nonprofit shows how Internet-based education can help contain the spiraling costs of college. Mene Ukueberuwa –...

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The Islamization of Oslo

Jan 25, 2018 by

In Groruddalen, a large neighborhood of the Norwegian capital, heavy Muslim immigration is testing multiculturalism’s limits. Bruce...

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Names That Became Adjectives

Jan 12, 2018 by

Thomas Ricks’s dual portrait of Winston Churchill and George Orwell Matthew Stewart Churchill and Orwell: The Fight for Freedom, by...

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The Greatest Generation and th...

Jan 1, 2018 by

Success in World War II led Americans to put too much faith in government—and we still do. E. M. Oblomov – Former defense...

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Tax Reform’s Warning Shot for ...

Dec 28, 2017 by

The GOP puts liberal academia on notice. Howard Husock – Support for, and reaction to, the tax-reform bill has divided almost...

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The Age of Outrage

Dec 18, 2017 by

Jonathan Haidt – What is happening to our country, and our universities? It sometimes seems that everything is coming apart. To...

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