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by | Jan 16, 2023

As America celebrated the federal holiday named in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., the sad reality is that the dream of integration celebrated by Dr. King in that famous 1963 speech — and elsewhere — is being flatly…

by | Jan 7, 2023

My name has now been added to the long and depressing list of high-profile academic “cancellations.” I recently resigned my tenured position at Saint Vincent College in Latrobe, Pennsylvania, due to an episode — sadly typical of American higher education…

by | Oct 31, 2022

With Halloween came a new batch of articles, news segments, and podcasts lambasting and warning of unintended cultural appropriation. In an Oct. 14 PBS article, author Beatrice Alvarez admonished families that many costumes are “actually hurtful to many people because…

by | Oct 13, 2022

One of the grossest elements of Los Angeles City Council President Nury Martinez’s appalling rant — captured anonymously on tape, then published by the Los Angeles Times — was her apparent disdain for Mexicans with an indigenous background. She used the Spanish…

by | Sep 26, 2022

Former President Donald Trump is being mocked for suggesting last week that we’d lose a war with Russia. Trump, with great regularity, uses words rather carelessly. But in this case, he’s probably right. With apologies to John Kennedy Toole, President…

by | Sep 15, 2022

The Brigham Young University volleyball story slid off the radar screen quickly, didn’t it? Once a final report was issued by the university last Friday that found no evidence that fans engaged in racial heckling or directed racial slurs toward…

by | Sep 11, 2022

Georgia Democrats are wringing their hands about the lackluster performance of their gubernatorial candidate, Stacey Abrams, in her long-anticipated rematch with incumbent Republican Gov. Brian Kemp. They kept their worries to themselves until the New York Times ran a story…

by | Aug 25, 2022

When James Daunt became the CEO of the national bookseller Barnes & Noble in 2019, he came with a clear vision: return decision-making on book selection to local store managers. Previously, many publishers had deals with Barnes & Noble that gave…

by | Aug 9, 2022

The University of California Riverside announced at the end of July that it will provide $342,000 for “Latinx” students to conduct environmental and climate change research. There’s one problem: Federal law prohibits any entity that receives federal funding from discriminating…

by | Aug 3, 2022

The historically liberal Oberlin College, located in Oberlin, Ohio, is still refusing to pay up for defaming Gibson’s Bakery as racist in 2016.  The college, which is financially underwater, has now asked the Ohio Supreme Court to halt the multi-million…

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