By Washington Examiner | 08/12/14 06:01 PM
The presumption of innocence for those accused of crimes is a deeply rooted principle of American law. If federal bureaucrats dilute this principle on campus, who or what will prevent its inevitable defenestration off campus?
By Mark Tapscott | 08/11/14 09:15 AM
Injustice abounds whenever ideologues have no limits upon their exercise of power. It takes genuine intellectual courage to challenge orthodoxy, especially on the typical American college campus and in the mainstream media where the many isms of liberal orthodoxy reign supreme.
By Ashe Schow | 08/05/14 07:10 PM
Fighting campus sexual assault has become a hot issue in Congress, with three bills introduced just before Congress left for August recess that would impose new requirements on colleges and universities for the handling of such cases.
By Becket Adams | 09/16/14
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By Washington Examiner | 09/17/14
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