The university president, a former governor and businessman, is set to leave the school much improved from when he found it.
The SEC cannot use governmental power to impose a regnant political orthodoxy.
By a 6-to-3 vote, the Supreme Court ruled today in Kennedy v. Bremerton School District that a school district violated the Free Exercise and Free Speech rights . . .
College and university presidents have in recent years often made spectacles of themselves by choosing to side with the leftist campus mobs rather than doing justice.
We should not take advice on free speech from people who do not share America’s commitment to it.
Reader mail on Kenichi Horie, China, Mitch Daniels, etc.
The reaction on Twitter’s Slack was mostly negative to Musk’s “all hands” meeting yesterday, but, at least on speech, Musk was saying things that shouldn’t be controversial.
Conservatives in Congress have good reason to rage at Big Tech censorship. But too many of them have let their anger get the better of them.
Princeton recently revoked tenure for Joshua Katz. Is Professor Kruse next?
Musk said that he would permit a wide range of views on the platform, including content that could be described as ‘extreme’ but was lawful.