To make society into a utopian vision, universities have become, after decades of propaganda, enemies of intellectual freedom.
They seem like prudent steps. The problem is that few universities seem committed to promoting intellectual diversity and tolerance.
Has the diminishment of one part of the First Amendment led to the squelching of another?
“Any campus speaker who arouses a protest is at risk of a beating,” says NYU professor Jonathan Haidt.
By exchanging objectivity for the tribal mentality, have universities fallen on their sword and done themselves in years ago without realizing it?
Lawrence Reed, president of FEE, went to the University of Colorado-Denver to deliver a lecture on Ancient Rome. It didn't go well.
During a recent stop in Omaha, Sen. Bernie Sanders said efforts by students to silence conservative speakers signals their own intellectual weakness.
Repression of speech. Justifying and committing violent acts against speakers you disagree with. Where is all this heading?
Could the college town where the “Free Speech Movement” began be the place where it ends?
Apparently, students at Hillary Clinton's alma mater are so focused on political correctness that they're no longer learning basic English grammar.
A recent ruling by the Third Circuit Court of Appeals menaces free speech in condominiums, apartment buildings, and the Internet.
The Los Angeles Times says colleges should stop squeezing students into 'free speech zones.'
Claremont McKenna College Says Students Who Disrupted Heather Mac Donald Speech May Face Repercussions
The president of Claremont McKenna College released a statement saying students who violated school policies "will be held accountable.”
A Charles Murray speech was interrupted again, this time at Villanova. But an old-school socialist arrived and delivered a message to the agitators.
Jordan Peterson, a professor of psychology at the University of Toronto, attempted to speak at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario.
Such incidents are the natural outgrowth of a hyper-sensitive society.
While promoting her new book, Camille Paglia was asked about Jordan Peterson’s act of civil disobedience. She didn't hold back.
A Florida creamery sues the government and wins the right to be truthful in its advertising.
We the Internet TV's short documentary “Silence U Part 2: What has Yale Become?" is a masterpiece.
The Blaze reportedly suspended Tomi Lahren following her comments on "The View" last week.
The Trump era requires suppressing 'bigoted' speech, a writer at Slate argued recently.
Cornell West and Robbie P. George protest against close-mindedness and violence in the wake of the Middlebury College riot.
Video of the ugly scene in the lecture hall at Middlebury College has emerged.
The Federal Equal Employment Opportunity Commission concluded that a ‘reasonable person’ would be traumatized by a single insensitive email.
Speech does hurt people’s feelings. But it isn’t the speech itself that’s toxic. It’s the people engaged in the discourse.
Conservatives might not be as different as the agents of intolerance they often decry.
The Parliament passed a measure banning the dissemination of any information deemed "misleading" on the issue of abortion.
Chadwick Moore wrote a neutral article on Milo Yiannopoulos for a gay magazine. And it changed his life.