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 | Nov 23, 2019

New Haven, Connecticut Activists protesting climate change stormed the Yale bowl field at halftime of the Harvard–Yale game. An initial group of 100 or so activists grew to more than 1,000 as students supporting their cause joined them. The mob…

by | May 12, 2019

When I was a junior in Montgomery Blair High School, my teacher, Mrs. F., asked us if we thought America lived up to its promises by having so much of a struggle over integrating the schools. (Remember this was 1961.)…

by | Feb 16, 2018

A recent study from a Harvard University group claims that government-owned broadband networks offer lower prices than the networks of private providers, but the argument quickly falls apart when you drill down into the data. The report from the Berkman…

by | Nov 29, 2017

The U.S. Justice Department finally is confronting Harvard University and other elite colleges that blatantly discriminate against Asian-American applicants with a quota system. To get into Harvard, students of Asian heritage have to score hundreds of points higher on competitive…

by | Nov 17, 2017

You can always tell a Harvard man but you can’t tell him to not grope a sleeping woman. “I couldn’t believe it,” model Leanne Tweeden writes of an unpleasant experience with Senator Al Franken during a USO tour of the…

by | Sep 19, 2017

This past week the 70th anniversary of the CIA passed without much fanfare, strikingly in-line with the clandestine nature of the agency. However at a time when our intelligence community is facing increasing public scrutiny, distrust, and even hostility, it…

by | Aug 17, 2017

When the New York Times reported that the Justice Department’s civil rights division might investigate and litigate “intentional race-based discrimination” on campus, focusing on earlier complaints from Asians at Harvard University, affirmative-action engines roared into action, with the inevitable exhaust about…

by | Aug 4, 2017

Harvard University, racing ahead of America to its demographic future, admits, for the first time in its history, a majority-minority class. Some minority groups cheer the means by which Harvard achieved this louder than others. A group of Asians filed…

by | Jul 14, 2017

A private school that admits five percent of its applicants seeks to ban private clubs because of their exclusivity. You can tell a Harvard man, but you can’t tell him he’s a hypocrite. The Committee on the Unrecognized Single-Gender Social…

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