By Greg Piper at The College Fix
Here’s a textbook case of attempted intimidation: A congressman requests a broad range of records from a university about a professor whose views he dislikes.
You’d think some schools would fight the request if it’s a conventionally liberal professor, and acquiesce if it’s someone who leans right.
The University of Delaware showed its integrity by not making distinctions.
The Foundation for Individual Rights in Education notes that the school only complied with a “narrow portion” of an extraordinarily broad request from Rep. Raul Grijalva, D-Ariz., ranking member of the Natural Resources Committee, seeking records about climatology professor David Legates...
Schools: University of Delaware