Cynics versus believers, 'disclosure' as a charity killer, and how to avoid becoming a reactionary.
The connection between higher education and politics, the ACLU (yes, *that* ACLU) defends religious freedom, and a defense of academic impartiality.
Stretching "academic freedom" beyond recognition; the Supreme Court and limits on the federal government; and wrong, or just a different point of view?
Censorship versus engagement, what we can learn from David Hume, and why viewpoint diversity in the classroom is worth the effort.
Government as the arbiter of truth: a bad idea, meritocracy's demerits, and an inside look at Hollywood's illiberalism.
The importance of community and neighborhoods in a liberal society, the intellectual heroes of the new radical right, and what the new right gets wrong.
Substituting wokeism for scholarship, the origins of Critical Race Theory, and the pandemic is bringing out the worst in us.
When "inclusion" results in exclusion, the possible downside of increases in philanthropy for social justice, and medical school gets woke.
The different faces of fascism; was January 6th a true threat to our democracy; and speaking of democracy, how to defend it.
The decline and fall of Progressive America, how the teaching of history can be improved, and is the free world becoming simply free-ish?
The value of diversity (yes, diversity!) in political parties, authoritarianism on the right, and James Baldwin on race and identity.
Academic freedom at risk, what is happening to the American Psychological Association, and when is a hotline not a hotline?