Letter from America
The latest diktat from the Obama administration bizarrely treats students' sexual come-ons and flirting as sexual harassment.
Obama’s inaugural address confirmed that the left and right agree on one thing: freedom can be curbed in the name of some greater good.
To punish racist vandals more harshly than run-of-the-mill vandals is to veer dangerously close towards instituting thoughtcrime.
As the presidential election showed, the Republican Party is at odds with the permissive mainstream of America.
Claims by an American newscaster that she had been ‘bullied’ about her weight take hypersensitivity to new heights.
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Partisanship is the lifeblood of politics, but in America we now have hyperpartisanship, where blind groupthink is trumping tough debate.
Recent events at City University of New York show that diversity policies treat students like children and assault academic freedom.
No, non-believers don’t face legal discrimination, but their rhetoric about ‘coming out’ is not mere melodrama.
Aside from kooky Ron Paul, all the Republican candidates, as well as President Obama himself, have a very un-American attitude to freedom.
By asserting a First Amendment ‘right to occupy’, the occupiers seem to want one rule for themselves and another for everyone else.