As colleges go, so go our courts
There is certainly reason to believe that premises underlying the university’s “Core Values” do not meet this standard of knowledge. The points Ms. Dixon made were rigorous and germane to the discussion. Yet, those running the university couldn’t care less.
There is blatant hypocrisy of claiming diversity as a goal when clearly there are individuals and points of view that are not welcome.
Truth and the process for discovering it are being compromised and politicized at our universities. The kids educated in these intellectual red light districts include our future lawyers and judges. As result, it’s reasonable to expect more law of the quality that we just got out of the California Supreme Court.
A nation living in fantasyland does not bode well for the future. We all should be concerned.
Star Parker is a columnist for Scripps Howard News Service and president of CURE, the Coalition on Urban Renewal and Education (www.urbancure.org), and author of three books.