While university presidents lacked principled defiance, GOP officials embraced political theater. A 20th-century university leader shows a better path.
A tweet from the account of Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport contains inaccurate information.
Free speech matters a lot, but so do some other things.
The alternative to robust free speech norms is an unfettered scramble for political spoils.
A look back at Robert P. George’s ‘Making Men Moral’ on its 30th anniversary.
The American Academy of Sciences and Letters hopes to reform academia from within and from the outside.
A review of Greg Lukianoff and Rikki Schlott’s ‘The Canceling of the American Mind.’
How can so many campus activists give the Hamas attacks a moral pass while screaming inclusion from the rooftops?
And what it means for freedom of speech and expression.
Plus: SCOTUS rules for a Christian website designer in a free speech case.
An open letter to the owner of Twitter.
Elon Musk’s unseriousness about free speech laid bare.
On the inverted pyramid of concern.
It used to be conservatives asking, ‘Is the juice worth the squeeze?’
Going after Big Tech by reforming Section 230 and limiting data collection would stunt American technological innovation.
Nothing will change. Well, not much.