Ecologist Allan Savory says students enter university as ‘bright young people,’ but ‘come out of it brain dead.’
You don’t improve the world via witch hunts, blacklists, and cruelty.
Roger Pielke, Jr. is the most senior environmental studies prof at the University of Colorado in Boulder. His treatment sends a clear message to students & faculty alike: Deviate from the climate script and you will be cast out.
‘This will be, for most Canadian faculty, the first if not the only real test of their integrity and dignity, and their purpose as scholars and intellectuals. It is absolutely essential that they not fail this test…’
Documentary films educate. They also misinform and manipulate.
Scientific research, published in influential places, can change the world. For ill as well as for good.
Refuse to talk to the reporter. Afterward, accuse her of ‘multiple factual inaccuracies.’ Isn’t academia grand?
The University of Victoria receives hundreds of millions of tax dollars, yet refused to answer a single question about the firing of Susan Crockford.
Polar bear expert purged from the University of Victoria.
Many of the talks being provided to the community are one-sided, activist, and controversial.
The rural/urban divide is as pronounced in Australia as elsewhere.
James Cook University took 28 separate actions against Professor Ridd. Each of them, including his termination, has been declared unlawful.
UN committee rejects educational progress, refuses to respect the choices of the poor.
Instructs UK to stop assisting parent-financed schools – under the guise of enforcing the International Convention on the Rights of the Child.
‘Social justice’ is an extremist, left wing political analysis many consider repellent and infantile. It’s as though academics have no idea the rest of us think they’ve gone insane.
Entities explicitly committed to social justice: Yale’s School of Nursing, School of Medicine, School of Public Health, School of Art, religious organizations.
Reading Heather Mac Donald’s new book is like stepping into a bad dream.
The average number of school-related homicides per year appears to be 33. The US Dept. of Education’s claim of ‘over 100’ in 2015-2016 should be treated with grave skepticism.