In a Minding the Campus essay, history professor K. C. Johnson writes about the ridiculously low standard of justice that now prevails (thanks to the Obama administration) in allegations of sexual assault on campus. Johnson is upset over both the low standard (endorsed by the supposedly civil libertarian but actually very authoritarian Obama administration) and the fact that the New York Times has once again written a story framed to make readers think that the accused (a Yale football player) must be guilty — shades of the Duke case. The Times would rightly be furious if criminal defendants were treated like this, but goes into a coma when the accused are male college students.
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Pro-life lawmakers pledge to resist spending bills that don’t include the Hyde amendment.
Never mind how he voted.
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