University leaders can make a difference. For example, nearly 700 college presidents are concerned enough about greenhouse gas emissions that they have signed the “American College and University Presidents' Climate Commitment” committing their institutions to take steps toward “climate neutrality.” Here's hoping higher education leaders will show a similar commitment to free speech and viewpoint diversity on their campuses.
October 31, 2015
'Viewpoint Diversity Is Sorely Needed on Many Taxpayer-Funded Campuses'
"[I]t's clear that viewpoint diversity is sorely needed on many taxpayer-funded campuses," The Oklahoman editorialized this week.
"[I]t is difficult to explain Oklahoma’s economic and social condition," Andrew Spiropoulos writes today, "in a world in whi...
"He left yesterday behind him, you might say he was born again. You might say he found a key for every door." —John Denver...
I don’t know if you’ve noticed this, but certain politicians in Oklahoma are not at all bashful when it comes to talking about God. For ex...