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The Power of Independent Thinking

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Who Owns the University?
As state-run schools push extreme ideologies like CRT and DEI, some lawmakers and governors have begun to push back.
They Mean to Be Masters: A Review of Trust Us
‘Conservatives Need Not Apply’ Under Biden Administration’s Proposed Hiring Rules
U.S. Should Turn Ukraine War Over to Its European Allies
Race Everywhere
“Whites”—to the extent we can determine any race in an intermarried, multiracial society—do not fit the now ossified definition of an exploitive majority.
Reckless Reparations Reckoning
The lesson from the $22 trillion record of Great Society compensatory payouts is that massive infusions of federal money are more apt to ensure social disruption and dislocation than alleviate them.
The Baleful Cargo of Woke Diversity Worship
Just as uniformity can result in both stability and stagnation, so too can diversity sometimes ensure either dynamism or bedlam.
Analogical Reasoning and the Second Amendment
In historical inquiry, reasoning by analogy is a commonplace task for any lawyer or judge.
The Most Selfish Generation
Americans today can’t match the achievements of the Greatest Generation.
Yes, an Academic Free-Speech Conference Needed Protection from the Mob
A recent Stanford event was “invitation-only” for a reason.






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