Don't Send Your Kid to the Ivy League
July 21, 2014
The nation's top colleges are turning our kids into zombies.
The White House has unprecedented guidelines for schools on sexual assault.
October 10, 2013
The Syrian city of Aleppo briefly regained access to the Internet yesterday, ending an information blackout that lasted well over a month.
Swarthmore v. Student in a Battle over Rape
August 29, 2013
Last spring, Swarthmore joined the growing list of prestigious colleges induced to rewrite their sexual misconduct policies after students told the federal government the schools belittled their reports of assault.
A Poet Confronts Cancer
March 29, 2013
Christian Wiman’s memoir interrogates not only religious belief, but one of its most common surrogates, literature.
We're Still Paying the Price for the Borking of Robert Bork
December 19, 2012
Yes, Bork was a conservative judge. But his confirmation defeat remains a shame to this day.
Meet John Lott, the Man Who Wants to Arm America's Teachers
December 19, 2012
He claims to be a rigorous academic. He's not.
How Many Constitutions Can Liberals Have?
October 19, 2012
The strange theory of twelve constitutions in one.
William Raspberry, Radical
July 17, 2012
The Washington Post columnist William Raspberry, who died today at 76, is remembered as being relentlessly moderate, but Supreme Court Justice Lewis Powell didn’t view him that way. In his famous “Powell memorandum,” a 1971 memo Powell wrote, shortly before his 1971 Court appointment, to a friend working at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, Powell urged American business to unite in political opposition to what Powell perceived as the growing influence of “Communists, New Leftists, and other revolutionaries” on mainstream political discourse.