Undermining America

Walter E. Williams, CNS News

If the leftists can convince the nation that men such as George Washington, Thomas Jefferson and James Madison were good-for-nothing slave-owning racists, then their ideas can be more easily trashed. We find the greatest assaults on our founding documents on the nation's college campuses. The American people need to stop being sheeple and put a halt to the undermining of our nation taking place in our institutions of higher learning.

When colleges became echo chambers of the politically correct

Jeff Sessions, Washington Times

A national recommitment to free speech on campus is long overdue. And action to ensure First Amendment rights is overdue. We have staked a country on the principle that robust and even contentious debate is how we discover truth and resolve the most intractable problems before us. This is the heritage that we have been given and which we must protect.

Here’s How Anti-Conservative Academic Discrimination Works

David French, National Review

Academics have redefined and refocused disciplines to such an extent that they essentially exclude conservative inquiry. Thus, they can honestly say they’ve never discussed politics in hiring decisions because the discipline itself has narrowed so much that it closes itself to conservatives.

Will Fascism Come to America through Its Colleges and Universities?

Roger L. Simon, PJ Media

The biggest cowards in our country today are many, if not most, of our college and university administrators followed closely by a fair amount of their faculty.  They are allowing their institutions to be taken over by a monolithic world view that is increasingly totalitarian and antithetical to the diversity of opinion on which the search for truth depends.

Report: Chinese Government Has Placed 100+ Facilities In US Universities

Christopher C. Hull, Daily Caller

The Chinese government has quietly set up over 100 teaching and research centers (Confucius Institutes) to promote China’s point of view on college campuses across the U.S., and operates over 500 analogous programs at American K-12 schools, according to a report released by the National Association of Scholars (NAS).