by | Jan 28, 2020

We are two hours removed from Pittsburgh as we roll into the small town of Oberlin, Ohio. It’s a gray day in early January. There’s a chill in the air, and few people are about. Students at the college make…

by | Jan 2, 2020

Dr. Roland Fryer, an award-winning economist, was one of the most promising members in the economics department at Harvard. His career was recently derailed, however, when a female administrative assistant accused him of inappropriate behavior. As a consequence, he was…

by | Dec 19, 2019

It’s no secret that college is too expensive for most people. As of 2019, over 45 million people have borrowed for school. It makes sense, then, that the debate around debt forgiveness has become a polarizing focal point of national conversation,…

by | Oct 30, 2019

Introduction: With the Cold War still raging, I joined a group of 10 American specialists on the Middle East and related topics who traveled to Moscow in November and December 1983. We met intensively over four days with Soviet counterparts…

by | Sep 27, 2019

“You need to get out!” So screams an irate woman. Turning to another young feminist, a larger one, she barks an order: “Help me to get this reporter out of here! I need some muscle over here!” This spectacle plays…

by | Jul 3, 2019

An Ohio bakery was just awarded $44 million from Oberlin College as compensation for being defamed as racist by college administrators. The family-owned Gibson’s Bakery had been the focus of protests following the arrest of three black Oberlin students involved…

by | Mar 29, 2019

The deterioration of American higher education is a national tragedy. Regarding the current admissions cheating scandal, Alan Dershowitz, who was a Harvard Law School professor for over forty years, said, “It is the tip of a very, very deep iceberg.”…

by | Dec 6, 2018

It must have been horrifically awful for homosexuals, as they then were known, in the 1950s. If their orientations or preferences were exposed, they were finished. Their jobs were over. Their marriages were over. Their very lives often were over….

by | Oct 9, 2018

They can say what they want about Brett Kavanaugh. Except after Saturday, they’re going to have to say it about Supreme Court Associate Justice Brett Kavanaugh. As painful as that is for the Democrat Party and the American Left, it…

by | Sep 10, 2018

Last month, protesters at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill took it upon themselves to pull down a controversial 1913 memorial to alumni killed in the Civil War. The university carted the bronze soldier away on a flatbed…

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