Author Archive | Robby Soave


Students Against Free Speech, Political Correctness Run Amok, and Other Findings from Cato’s New Survey

About half of the country’s college students (51 percent) believe disrespectful people should be stripped of their free speech rights, while 55 percent of Americans overall think the opposite—that people are entitled to free speech regardless. That’s according to the Cato Institute’s new, massive survey of American opinions on free speech. The poll contains plenty […]

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Students Were Offended By a Play That Mocks Political Correctness, So Brandeis Cancelled It

Don’t think political correctness is a problem on campus? Try producing a play about it. Renowned playwright Michael Weller conceived a play, Buyer Beware, that mocks activist students and their hostility to politically incorrect humor. He planned to stage a production of it at Brandeis University, the institution that granted him a Creative Arts Award. […]

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2-Year-Old Denied a Kidney Transplant Because of Dad’s Gun Arrest Is Now Very Sick

Must wait three months because of dad’s parole Robby Soave|Oct. 30, 2017 5:20 pm ScreenshotRemember A.J. Burgess, the 2-year-old boy whose kidney transplant was put on hold after the hospital discovered that Burgess’s donor—his father, Anthony Dickerson—was on parole? Well, Burgess was rushed to the emergency room over the weekend. He’s sick with an abdominal […]

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Racist Graffiti Incidents at Eastern Michigan and the University of Maryland Were Both Hoaxes

Authorities finally caught the perpetrators of hate crimes at Eastern Michigan University and the University of Maryland. In both cases, the person responsible for racist graffiti was not a white supremacist but a black man. Last year, someone spray-painted “KKK” and “Leave N***|**s” on the wall of a campus courtyard at Eastern Michigan University. After […]

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This UPenn Teacher Justifies Her Refusal to Call on White Male Students: It’s ‘Progressive Stacking’

No, this isn’t a Clickhole story; if you’re a white man in Stephanie McKellop’s history class, you might be called out, but you probably won’t be called on. McKellop, a graduate instructor at the University of Pennsylvania who describes herself as a “queer disabled feminist,” recently tweeted, “I will always call on my Black women […]

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Roy Moore Says Kneeling for the Anthem Is Illegal, and He’s Totally Wrong

Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call/NewscomRoy Moore, the Republican candidate currently running for Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ old Alabama Senate seat, is very mixed up about free speech. The former judge—who was twice removed from office for his conservative culture war agenda, contrary to the law—told TIME magazine that NFL players who kneel during the national anthem […]

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Montana Dean Worried About ‘the Risk of Offending Students,’ Dis-Invites Conservative Speaker

Edward BlakeMike Adams, a conservative writer and professor at the University of North Carolina Wilmington, was invited to give a lecture at the University of Montana. But the dean of Montana’s journalism school has allegedly rescinded this invitation because he was worried about “running the risk of offending students.” According to an email from the […]

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Jerry Brown Vetoes Campus Sexual Assault Bill Because It Threatens Due Process

“Depriving any student of higher education opportunities should not be done lightly,” says the California governor. Robby Soave|Oct. 16, 2017 3:29 pm Geodakyan Artyom/ZUMA Press/NewscomToday California Gov. Jerry Brown vetoed Senate Bill 169, which would have codified the Obama-era Education Department’s guidance for how college campuses should deal with sexual misconduct. What’s more, he vetoed […]

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