Category Archives: Yale University

Remarks of Ayaan Hirsi Ali, an ex-Muslim, at Yale


Ayaan Hirsi Ali has often been rejected by the “multicultural” establishment, perhaps most memorably in April of this year by Brandeis University. According to Brandeis, “She is a compelling public figure and advocate for women’s rights, and we respect and appreciate her work to … Continue reading

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Does Modern Academia Encourage Unthinking Acceptance of Authority?


This post is based in large part on an article titled Why Anti-Authoritarians are Diagnosed as Mentally Ill Is there a current tendency to consider those who cherish and seek to preserve our rights, including those under the First and Second … Continue reading

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Higher education? Higher than what?


It’s not what it’s cracked up to be and often it’s not about learning. This article by Clayton Cramer, published by Pajamas Media on May 24th, suggests some of the problems with higher education. It also reveals others which seem … Continue reading

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>The Yale University Press and a Book about Cartoons


>First published on Blog Critics on 19 October 2009 Refusal to reprint dastardly cartoons offensive to Islam was a giant step forward for free speech. The Yale University Press is dedicated to principles of independence, academic freedom and scholarship; it … Continue reading

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