Barry Brownstein Reason Magazine asked students at the University of Southern California to define “hate speech.” Among the students surveyed, Reason found plenty of wannabee dictators eager to offer their definitions of hate speech and ready to make
Lindsay Marchello Crowds of students gathered at the University of California-Berkeley in September armed with protest signs and chanting, “Speech is violence! We will not be silent!” Who were these students so passionately protesting against?
James Devereaux In the 1950s, a substantially different era economically, unions represented a significant portion of the of the labor force. Many reasons for the shift away from unions exist — America was less economically
Americans have near record low levels of approval for the President and Congress. There are constant marches and protests against various government actions. It’s a blessing in the United States that we have this right
Jon Miltimore, Intellectual Takeout “The University’s of Toronto’s Dr. Jordan B. Peterson turned to famous friends Tuesday after his YouTube account was locked “with no explanation.” The clinical psychologist who shot to fame in 2016
The Supreme Court’s decision in the Trinity Lutheran case is blurring the lines between church and state. aradaphotography/Shutterstock.com John E. Taylor, West Virginia University The Supreme Court recently decided that Trinity Lutheran Church should