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A new report shows an alarming 74% success rate for campaigns targeting collegiate scholars for their constitutionally protected speech. Read more


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“Do no harm” is the foundational principle of medical ethics, but a public medical school is harming its students by attempting to sterilize their opinions. Read more


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In this episode, we interview three prominent guests to track the history of film censorship and discuss Hollywood's Hays Code from 1934 to 1968. Read more


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A new report from the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education examines the gains realized since Title IX regulations went into effect last year — improvements that could vanish if Catherine Lhamon is confirmed. Read more


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Qualified immunity “stands on shaky ground,” Justice Clarence Thomas wrote in a statement attached to last week’s denial of certiorari in Hoggard v. Rhodes. Read more


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A faculty member leading a University of Oklahoma training seminar on anti-racism made alarming claims about censoring free expression in the classroom. Read more


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On today’s episode of So to Speak: The Free Speech Podcast, we are joined by Eric Berkowitz to discuss his fascinating new book, “Dangerous Ideas." Read more


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John McWhorter’s ‘Nine Nasty Words’ is my May book of the month — with a serious digression into academic freedom & teaching about epithets Read more


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“I knew FIRE had my back, so to speak, that they were going to defend me right to the bitter end,” he said. Read more


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On today’s episode, we are joined by Lewis & Clark Associate Professor of English Lyell Asher to discuss his 2018 article “How Ed Schools Became a Menace.” Read more



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