Robert George on Academic Freedom

Robert P. George: The truth-seeking enterprise precludes the university from punishing the expression of a view on the ground that the ideas expressed are false or harmful. That is because such viewpoint restrictions, as I will call them, tend to hamper both the...

Shouting Down a Free-Speech Advocate

Ryan Quinn at Inside Higher Ed: A conservative Princeton University professor tried to give a speech this month at Washington College centering on the need for campus free speech. Students disrupted his talk and succeeded in ending it. It was another example of what...

Fidelity

2/ By the authority vested in me by absolutely no one, I’ve declared June to be “Fidelity Month”—a month dedicated to renewing fidelity to God, spouses and families, our country, and our communities. If you share these values, please join us, use our logo, and...

Avoiding Intellectual Groupthink

2/ Of course, smart, sophisticated, high achieving people can be wrong, have been wrong, and indeed are wrong about many things. That is why thinking for oneself–and not outsourcing one’s thinking–is so critically important. — Robert P. George🇻🇦🇺🇸🪕...