College campuses are supposed to be places where ideas are calmly, rationally evaluated, but we know that is no longer the case. Certain ideas send "progressive" academics into fits of rage. Such an incident recently occurred at the University of Virginia and in today's Pope Center Clarion Call, John Rosenberg writes about it. The case is similar to that of Larry Summers at Harvard, but here the offender is a trustee and the outraged faculty can't fire him.
- June 19, 2013