Barry Rubin’s last book dissects the hegemony of radical thought in America.
"Tolerists, far from being the nice, kind, fair, tolerant people they think they are, in fact are the enemies of freedom and the enablers of totalitarianism."
Rare intellectual strengths characterize the second volume of David Horowitz’s collected writings.
Being an environmentalist means never having to say you’re sorry.
Activist’s defection an ominous foreshadowing of the end of British resistance to jihad.
Teachers, perhaps more than anyone else, should recognize the intractable fact of inequality.
A new book edited by Mary Grabar, the academician who blogs as "the Dissident Prof," targets the demonization of university conservatives.
The Website is a barometer of the perfect storm battering the modern university.
So-called equity hiring is an inequitable and injurious practice.
Grading has fallen victim to the “social justice” mandate of the university.
David Horowitz and Jacob Laksin expose the new reality of American politics.
Our victim-validating culture prefers therapy to justice.
Why many North American intellectuals seem unable to think for themselves.
Our education system especially fails those with unentitled attitudes.
The greatest tragedy of progressive education is not the students' lack of skills, but of teachable character.