Only Conservatives Can Save The American Campus–But Should We?

What does it take to generate a rabid, Maoist-style mob demanding political purges, on an Ivy League campus, in 2015? An email defending “offensive” Halloween costumes, apparently. That’s what kicked off the latest nadir in campus zealotry, this time at


Left-Wing Dominance of Academia Faces Challenge

For decades, academia has been stereotyped as a bastion of left-wing dogma. That may be about to change. Hailed by Steven Pinker as “one of the most important papers in the recent history of the social sciences,” a team of leading


On the Front Lines for Israel and the Jews Book Excerpt: The Brownshirts of Our Time

On Saturday evening, November 8, 2003, I addressed a free-standing feminist “networking” conference of mainly African-American and Hispanic-American women at Barnard College. The conference was sponsored by WERISE (Women Empowered through Revolutionary Ideas Supporting Enterprise), which was described as a grassroots, multi-cultural, multi-generational, and multi-disciplinary organization for women in the arts. The women ranged in age from 20 to 65 and were dressed in corporate business suits, colorful African and ethnic attire, and youthful jeans.

Phyllis author photo with credit

Harvard Law School Slapped by Feds over Sexual Assault Policy

The federal government has found Harvard Law School to be in violation of Title IX over its policy on sexual assault, and the school has agreed to revise its policies. In a statement Tuesday, Harvard University and Harvard Law School said that they have been “pro-active” in revising their sexual assault policies ahead of the resolution of the controversy, which was reached last week in a formal agreement with the U.S. Department of Education.

Harvard Law School (Joel Pollak / Breitbart News)