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Liberal Groupthink Is Anti-Intellectual · 18 October 2006
By MARK BAUERLEIN -- chronicle.com
Conservatives on college campuses scored a tactical hit when the American Enterprise Institute's magazine published a survey of voter registration among humanities and social-science faculty members several years ago. More than nine out of 10 professors belonged to the Democratic or Green party, an imbalance that contradicted many liberal academics' protestations that diversity and pluralism abound in higher education. Further investigations by people like David Horowitz, president of the Center for the Study of Popular Culture, coupled with well-publicized cases of discrimination against conservative professors, reinforced the findings and set "intellectual diversity" on the agenda of state legislators and members of Congress.
Princeton University Student Bill of Rights · 01 July 2006
The following is the full text of the College Republican's proposed bill.
The Campus Blacklist · 01 July 2006
By David Horowitz FrontPageMagazine.com | April 18, 2003
The most successful and pervasive blacklist in American history is the blacklist of conservatives on American college campuses, their marginalization in undergraduate life and their virtual exclusion from liberal arts faculties, particularly those that deal with the study of society itself. Because it is a blacklist enforced by academics, there has been no academic study of the problem. Consequently, the evidence regarding its mode of operation and the extent of its impact is anecdotal or confined to research that is incomplete. Nonetheless, its reality is undeniable.
The Professor William Bradford Case at IUPUI Law · 28 September 2005
The Professor William Bradford Case at IUPUI Law
Campus Suppression of Political Speech · 24 August 2005
Campus Suppression of Political Speech
Ward Churchill Is Just The Beginning · 08 February 2005
By David Horowitz--Rocky Mountain News--02/08/05
Firing the Hate America prof isn't the answer; academic freedom is.
Intimidating College Liberals · 15 December 2004
By Michael Wiesner--FrontPageMagazine.com--12/15/04
A liberal student speaks out at Foothill.
The Problem with America's Colleges and The Solution · 03 September 2004
By David Horowitz
FrontPageMagazine.com | September 3, 2002
Universities are among our most important social institutions. They educate our youth, train future leaders, provide information and research, advance scientific and medical knowledge, generate technological innovation, and shape the attitudes that define us as a people. Yet universities are also anomalies in our national framework. Vital as they are to the functioning of our democracy, they are themselves undemocratic.
How the Academic Blacklist Works · 01 June 2004
Fear and Loathing in Faculty Recruitment
By Mike S. Adams--www.townhall.com, 06/02/04
I usually get angry when people call my house during dinner. But the other night I was delighted when I got a call from David Horowitz. David has been doing a lot of research recently on the issue of political affiliation among college professors and administrators. Most of his research has come from surveys and archival data. Because he has little access to anecdotal evidence, he asked me to write an article describing the hiring (and promotion) process from an insider's perspective. As soon as he asked, I threw my TV dinner in the garbage and started writing this column. You are reading the finished product right now.
Why We Built the Ivory Tower · 31 May 2004
By Stanley Fish--New York Times, 05/21/04
After nearly five decades in academia, and five and a half years as a dean at a public university, I exit with a three-part piece of wisdom for those who work in higher education: do your job; don't try to do someone else's job, as you are unlikely to be qualified; and don't let anyone else do your job.
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