Daily Archives: April 16, 2017

When speakers need police escort on and off college campuses, an alarm bell should be going off

Heather MacDonald writes in City Journal argues that “All who cherish free expression, especially on campuses, must combat the growing zeal for censorship.” American college students are increasingly resorting to brute force, and sometimes criminal violence, to shut down ideas they … Continue reading

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Competing narratives that can’t be bridged?

John O’Sullivan responds to this column by Ross Douthat in which the latter posits that there is a “struggle for dominance between the two American nations — not the rich and the poor, but the old and the new.” The … Continue reading

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