Press Coverage

Note: This press coverage section is arranged chronologically. To view articles by state (in states where legislation has been introduced or other actions have been taken) please see our state actions page.

Teachers' Political Talk Issue Heats Up · 27 February 2007

By Jessica Coomes
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Bill would stop educators from taking sides in class.

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Horowitz Calls for Diversity of Views at Lawrence U. · 26 February 2007

By Liz Tubman
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Wednesday, Feb. 21 speaker David Horowitz presented "Academic Freedom and the War on Terror" in Youngchild Hall.

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Horowitz Right to Criticize Liberal Academia · 22 February 2007

By Patrick McNamara
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I must have read a different David Horowitz article than members of the Arizona Daily Wildcat's opinions board.

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The Two Universities of Texas · 20 February 2007

By David Horowitz
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There are two universities operating under the name the University of Texas.

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Washington Post Calls for Greater Intellectual Diversity at Harvard · 15 February 2007

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The Washington Post calls on Harvard's new president to create greater political diversity on the Harvard faculty.

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Technique Should Run Terrorism Advertisement · 09 February 2007

By Chris Dempsey
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A Georgia Tech student speaks out against the Technique's censorship of the Terrrorism Awareness Project's ad about Radical Islam.

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Conservative Student Newspaper Overcomes Vandals’ Attack · 07 February 2007

By The Leadership Institute
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Last night conservative college students at the University of Minnesota-Duluth distributed 1,300 more copies of their independent newspaper, the Duluth Truth, after vandals destroyed hundreds of copies of the first distribution batch.

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Faculty Responds to Horowitz at U. Arizona · 02 February 2007

By Jeffrey Javier
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In response to an article by a well-known right-wing author accusing UA professors and graduate students of indoctrinating students with radical ideas, the Graduate and Professional Student Council has pledged to support the free exchange of ideas.

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Free Speech for Everyone? · 31 January 2007

By Michelle Stoffel
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David Horowitz and Prof. Thomas Klocek who was fired after arguing a pro-Isreal viewpoint with students outside of the classroom, speak out on free speech issues at DePaul.

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SAF Denial Dampers Hopes for Student Bill of Rights · 30 January 2007

By Mary Ellen Burke
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The Office of Student Development denied authorization Monday to the proposed Marquette student organization, Students for Academic Freedom (SAF).

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