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Thomas K. Lindsay, Ph.D., Editor in Chief and Director, Center for Higher Education, Texas Public Policy Foundation

Hitting ‘Em Where It Hurts – the Pocketbook

Despite all the grumbling, Americans keep donating huge amounts of money to their schools. They admit that they are deeply dissatisfied, but still write hefty annual checks to help support their alma mater. It’s like smoking—a bad habit that many simply can’t break.

Inside the Legal Labyrinth of a Campus Rape Case

Most of the case remained out of public view until it was resolved this summer. Police, court and campus documents, as well as exclusive interviews offer a rare inside look at the complex dynamics of sexual assault accusations and justice on American campuses.

Freedom of “Expression” Is a Lie

Clearly, many college students lack a fundamental understanding of the First Amendment. Their confusion might stem from a conflation of the terms “speech” and “expression.”

The Government’s “Diversity” Mania Gets Worse

It’s pointless to worry about the diversity of a profession. When you need a doctor for an operation, you don’t care about the “diversity” of the medical profession – you care about securing the services of a highly competent surgeon.

New survey on free speech on campus sounds the alarm

In case anyone needed reminding that free speech—that cornerstone of the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution –is threatened around the country, especially on college campuses, a new survey provides frightening evidence.