Maggie Gallagher, a senior fellow at American Principles Project, is the author of four books on marriage and is a longtime contributor to National Review.
NYU social psychologist Jonathan Haidt argues we are witnessing an internal war over what in fact is a university’s core sacred value: is it truth? Or social justice? If it is the search for truth, free speech is essential. If it’s social justice, then the rising campus yen for censorship and silencing one’s opponents can […]Read More
With apologies to Robert Tracinski. Cheryl Abbate, a grad student teaching “Theory of Ethics” at Marquette University, recently told a student that if he wants to speak against gay marriage, he should drop her class. We do not know the student’s name but we do know that he secretly recorded the conversation, which took place […]Read More
Just exactly how far will the left go to interfere with religious liberty and common sense? Right after John Garvey, president of Catholic University, announced that the university would return to single sex dorms, GW Law professor John Banzaf, a highly credentialed member of the hard left legal establishment, sent a notice of intent to […]Read More
John Garvey, the new President of Catholic University, announced last week that the university will return to single sex dorms. Many feathers were ruffled. It is a measure of the unisex madness in which we have become enmeshed that a Catholic university’s decision to house unmarried young men and women in separate dorms could be described […]Read More