Phi Beta Cons

The Facts Will Out

The Chronicle of Higher Education comments on a new report which tries to discredit David Horowitz’s book, The Professors: The 101 Most Dangerous Academics in America.

 

I stand by my praise of the book on its jacket cover: It provides important and insufficiently reported proof of the widespread anti-American and anti-Israeli poison at work on our campuses. How ironic that the report is titled “Facts Count.” For the facts in Horowitz’s 448-page tome indeed count — they are opening the eyes of countless Americans. And this is what’s riling the Free Exchange on Campus, the union-dominated blob of leftist campus activists which created the report. 

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