In recent years, the foundational values of both free speech and open inquiry have increasingly come under assault at America’s colleges and universities, with many institutions maintaining formal policies that restrict constitutionally protected speech.
Resident Scholar Christina Hoff Sommers discusses the #metoo movement and its risk of turning into a panic against all men.
Please, please, please: Let’s not squander this moment. Women and men of good will have a profound opportunity to speak honestly and work together to begin to write the next chapter in the quest for equality and dignity. If only we can pull ourselves out of the Great Sex Panic of 2017.
Sommers discusses comments former First Lady, Michelle Obama, made during the inaugural Obama Summit concerning male behavior. Obama said men are sometimes “entitled” and “self-righteous.”
Different people have different life experiences. These experiences are enlightening. It’s good to hear from different perspectives, and it’s good to know where a speaker is coming from.
Amid increased awareness of a stubbornly persistent disadvantage for blacks, there’s little evidence white supremacy, white nationalism, or racism in general is on the rise.
Americans gave their lives so that these players could have the freedom to play a kids’ game for a living. When they disrespect the flag, they disrespect that sacrifice.
Resident Fellow Marc Thiessen, discusses growing criticism for Aung San Suu Kyi over humanitarian crisis and how the Trump Administration is speaking out forcefully about the crisis.
The Factual Feminist offers her take on James Damore’s now infamous memo, “Google’s Ideological Echo Chamber.”