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by | Nov 24, 2022

Do you remember back when you were in school and your math or science teacher gave a test in class in which you were asked to solve a problem or two and you were explicitly admonished to show your work?…

by | Sep 29, 2022

The U.S. Supreme Court begins hearing cases for its new term, following its customary summer recess, on Monday, Oct. 3. If this Court term is anything like the most recent one, conservatives and constitutionalists will rejoice. This most recent term,…

by | Aug 4, 2022

Scores of major corporations filed an amicus brief to the Supreme Court on Monday in support of affirmative action. The two cases at issue, Students for Fair Admissions v. Harvard and Students for Fair Admissions v. University of North Carolina,…

by | Jul 31, 2022

I keep saying it will take strong men and sane women to create the American revival. Neither are present in the Democrat party. At all. A party strong and sane would have had the discipline not to embark on the…

by | May 8, 2022

It’s Mother’s Day, 5/8/2022. To say the subject of motherhood is fraught in my life would be a gigantic understatement. For a large part of my childhood, I hated her, feared her, and wanted to run away from home. My…

by | Feb 15, 2022

Two signs with anti-Asian slurs were posted on Harvard Undergraduate Council President Michael Cheng’s door Monday, according to the Harvard Crimson. The signs also carried a political message, saying, “Save the UC.” It’s unclear exactly what the slurs were. Cheng…

by | Nov 6, 2021

Affirmative action as practiced by universities today is characterized by total lawlessness. It is in blatant violation of the bounds ruled permissible in Grutter v. Bollinger in 2003. While the Court said that affirmative action must be narrowly tailored, colleges today…

by | May 21, 2021

Your son is about to start his second year at college. You get a notice from the school saying that he must, every morning, jump up and down 12 times, three times facing north, three facing south, three east, and…

by | Feb 16, 2021

American universities are awash in foreign money, with at least $12 billion in gifts and contracts reported from 2013 through June 2019. Research by Congress and the Department of Education (DoE) demonstrates that no one knows exactly how much foreign…

by | Jul 8, 2020

Universities around the country, including my own, have been in a state of panicked indecision for the past four months, trying to balance the contradictory demands of students, faculty, and their own bottom line as the fall semester approaches. The…

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