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Lynne Cheney vs. the College Board

Lynne Cheney has a bone to pick with the College Board, which she writes about eloquently in this op-ed. Here’s what’s got Mrs. Cheney upset: If you seek peace, if you seek prosperity for the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe, if you seek liberalization: Come here to this gate! Mr. Gorbachev, open this gate! Mr. […]

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Student teaches university about First Amendment

This post on FIRE’s blog shows how illiterate universities are concerning the First Amendment. Check this out: On Tuesday, a pro-life activist displaying a graphic poster depicting an aborted fetus on the University of Oregon (UO) campus attempted to give counter-protesters a lesson in First Amendment law, but video footage of the incident suggests few […]

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Eric Kaler’s political correctness

U of M President Eric Kaler’s new policy on reporting crime on the U of M campus is fairly straightforward: The University of Minnesota plans to reduce the use of suspect descriptions, including race, in crime alerts sent to the campus community. President Eric Kaler described the new approach in an email sent to students, […]

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Muslim History Lesson: WE, THE STUPID

Photo taken to represent those Americans still unable, or unwilling, to recognize the enemy we face!This article serves as a wake-up call for Americans who are still not exactly sure who the enemy is in our war against Islamic extremism!Of course the s…

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Muslim History Lesson: WE, THE STUPID

Photo taken to represent those Americans still unable, or unwilling, to recognize the enemy we face!This article serves as a wake-up call for Americans who are still not exactly sure who the enemy is in our war against Islamic extremism!Of course the s…

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The Catholic Pagan: 10 Questions for Camille Paglia

Frankly, I have little to add here, except that Camille Paglia is one of my favorite authors, not because I agree with her, I often disagree almost violently with her. But she is ruthlessly, inexorably honest, in her beliefs and in why she believes such. In fact, my first exposure to her was in a […]

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