The employee at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis who filed the charge against Keith Sampson for reading an anti-Klan book, and later changed her tale to accuse him of other racial harassment, had a big grudge against Sampson. Nasty threats and familial revenge figure in the story, told by Chuck Norton, a former chief justice of student government at Indiana University South Bend, who tells me he “takes his role in protecting students from abuse by faculty and administration pretty seriously.” We need more students like Norton willing to speak up. He seems to have his facts straight and is thus right in suggesting that the IUPUI administration should have handled this affair more straightforwardly and expeditiously.
The prosecution blew the witness’s testimony to bits.
The woke revolution in the classroom is about to go federal.
‘It was insensitive, and I have embarrassed myself and my party by its use,’ O’Connor said.
Why the soft-drink giant is pulling back from its left-wing posturing.
Since when do we need the cops to intervene in the recreational stabbings of our youth?
A look at why droves are leaving the state.
The disastrous jobs report is a flashing red warning for President Biden’s check-writing spree.
It is not difficult to see why the economy may not respond strongly to the latest stimulus law.
The Census Bureau announced last week that California would lose a congressional seat.
He also suggested that the poor jobs numbers serve as further evidence that his ambitious legislative agenda is justified.
The significant decline in American births should be a matter of intense public concern.
Patent rights were key to the unprecedentedly rapid development and rollout of COVID-19 vaccines.