Frailty, Thy Name Is “FOMO”
The acceptance of words such as “micro-aggression” and “safe-space” into our vernacular only encourages the enforcement of political correctness on university campuses. This is an obvious step backward for freedom of speech and thought.
Political Correctness Hits Pepperdine
What can be done? As a Pepperdine alum, I can write and vote, both at the ballot box and with my wallet. President Benton, your shameful capitulation to the new fascism leaves me no alternative: I will not “prioritize” my alma mater when it comes to charitable donations.
UC Berkeley: Freedom versus Feelings
What happened on UC Berkeley’s campus holds disturbing implications for the future of higher education. If this is the standard response to freedom of expression, then universities are no longer places of education, but indoctrination.
Review: Thomas Barlow’s A Theory of Nothing
Ashton Trumble reviews Thomas Barlow’s A Theory of Nothing.
Are Free Speech and Open Moral Debate on the Verge of Extinction?
The caustic effects of political correctness have now reached the Department of Philosophy at the University of Texas at Austin.
Oh Look, a Chicken!
“Those who choose this course will be invited (I smell bacon, what time is it? I’m hungry) to examine ways of knowing (little ants, carrying a morsel of food across the table) through embracing what it means to be a distracted learner.”
The Fear That Binds Us
America’s college campuses are brimming with differences in cultures, races, ethnicities, sexual orientations, and moral viewpoints. Even among this diversity, there is one thing that unites every student and professor: Fear.