Accuracy in Academia

Heritage tackles Religious Liberty and Discrimination

The Heritage Foundation, on June 15, held a discussion entitled, “Debating Religious Liberty and Discrimination.” The discussion title also happens to be the title of the new book by the three panelists who hold not only thoughtful ideas on these issues, but experience and expertise. …

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Wisconsin Professor Who Allegedly Teaches Anti-Capitalist Course Makes over $170,000 a year

Professor Erik Olin Wright, who teaches at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, teaches a course on capitalism. However, he allegedly teaches anti-capitalist rhetoric in that course. Wright makes $170,000 as a tenured professor, per a recent public records request. If he truly dislikes capitalism, would he …

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University of Maryland Students want Hate Speech Classified as ‘Cult Activity’

Granted, this effort came after a black non-student (but was a student at a nearby university) was killed by an alleged white supremacist on the University of Maryland’s College Park campus. However, hate speech is a protected form of speech under the U.S. Constitution. Changing …

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Time for “How Now Brown Cow” Studies

Generations of us who learned that rhyme never dreamed that brown bovines had a direct connection to chocolate milk. “Seven percent of all American adults believe that chocolate milk comes from brown cows, according to a nationally representative online survey commissioned by the Innovation Center …

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Evergreen State President: Social Media Amplified Misconceptions about Student Activism

Student unrest at Evergreen State has made national headlines as student activists have voiced their concerns about racism on-campus. It led to classes being canceled twice in a week and the college president blamed social media for amplifying ongoing harassment and outrage directed at Evergreen …

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President Trump Wows Activists & Students @ Road to Majority conference

The Faith and Freedom Coalition kicked off its Road to Majority conference in Washington, DC on June 8. The highly-anticipated conference for people of faith and conservative activists included such high profile speakers as President Donald Trump. Dr. Ralph Reed, founder and President of the …

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Professors Mocked Steve Scalise’s Gun Rights Stance after Scalise was Shot

As Campus Reform documented, several college professors tweeted sarcastic remarks about GOP Rep. Steve Scalise’s political stance against gun control and for gun rights. Scalise was shot and almost killed by a Bernie Sanders-supporting gunman, who used a rifle and a handgun to attack unarmed …

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Wow: MLA Rejected Anti-Israel BDS Boycott

The Modern Language Association (MLA), whose annual convention we cover each year, rejected a resolution by some of its members to boycott Israel. The anti-Israel boycott movement, known as Boycott, Divestment and Sanction (BDS), was rejected before by the association. The association said that it …

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Professor Blamed Trump and Rhetoric for the Shooting of GOP Rep. Steve Scalise

Huh? A college professor at Central Connecticut State University blamed President Trump and his rhetoric for sparking anger in the left-wing, Bernie Sanders-supporting shooter who shot and wounded GOP congressman Steve Scalise and several others this past week. Continue Reading....

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Professor: ‘White Marble’ in Art adds to White Supremacy

The use of white marble in sculptures in classical Western art contributes to white supremacy, one college professor claimed. One can’t appreciate art, apparently. Continue Reading....

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