Greedy Harvard Signals Higher Ed Must Change After Pandemic

Roger L. Simon, The Epoch Times

The professorate and, even more, the administrators frequently react to these SJWs in a manner that is beyond timidity, essentially becoming their enablers. All of this can be subsumed under what has become a massive disconnect between our higher educational system and what it was originally intended to achieve—preparing students for the working world and to be informed citizens of a democratic republic. One of the very few positive outcomes of the pandemic is that it may be helping to change this situation—and quickly. Higher education is, inadvertently, being placed under the microscope of cost-benefit analysis. It will likely never be the same.

The Fauxcahontas Apology Tour

Senator Elizabeth Warren’s early dive into identity politics and racial preferences in hiring has guaranteed that her 2020 presidential campaign will become an agonizing genealogy project and provide another example of Trump’s awesome power to make Democrats do dumb stuff.

Racial Discrimination at Harvard and America’s Other ‘Elite’ Universities

Hans von Spakovsky, CNS News

Harvard and other elite schools long ago abandoned Martin Luther King’s objective of achieving an America where our children are not “judged by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character.” Everyone who abhors discrimination and believes in equal treatment should cheer the Justice Department’s intervention in this lawsuit. We will have to wait and see whether justice will prevail and whether Asian-American students finally will get what they are entitled to: the ability to apply to colleges knowing that the color of their skin won’t be used against them.

Harvard Attacks CHQ as “Biased”

Harvard University's library website now features a new page titled, "Fake News, Misinformation, and Propaganda." And ConservativeHQ.com and other conservative and right-leaning organizations, think tanks and news portals make-up the core of the list.

Harvard Profs Whine Over Once-Beloved OCare's Big Fees

Natalie Johnson , Daily Signal

Harvard University’s largely liberal faculty is fighting against rising health care costs largely driven by the Affordable Care Act—the very legislation professors at Harvard once supported.

Harvard Prof: TeaParty Here to Stay, Win

Tony Lee, Breitbart

A gov't and sociology professor at Harvard writes that the Tea Party is more likely than not to "win in the end" in an age when Americans are becoming more removed from Washington and distrusting the federal government and their elected officials.