April 20, 2007 - 3:45 pm
Professor Victor Davis Hanson looks at the reality of American colleges in the wake of a bad fortnight for higher education:
- Duke — “Why won’t the Duke president or the culpable faculty apologize? Because deeply entrenched among the Left is a notion of moral justice that transcends the law and is now to be adjudicated by elites versed in race/class/gender theories.”
- “Obama’s recent speech linking mass murder at Virginia Tech to everything from Darfur to outsourcing and Imus was about as pathetic an exegesis as one could imagine.”
- On Virginia Tech: “I don’t believe that the university can protect any of them. Its mentality is therapeutic.”
Get the details at Hanson’s blog on PajamasXpress, Works and Days.