I'm a fan of in no small part because he is willing to engage honestly with the complexity of the issues we face, as in this piece.
So here's my question for : you liken yourself in this piece to the post-9/11 civil libertarians who insisted on telling the truth about the US, come what may. But what if you're not like them? What if you're actually like John DiIulio?
Jason Stanley (, Yale), who serves on the APA committee on public philosophy, is quoted in this piece about free speech on campus.
"Campus-speech restrictions jeopardize society’s ability to seek truth and advance knowledge in the very institutions ostensibly dedicated to those pursuits," writes, "even as they tend to undermine justice and equity."
“Campus-speech restrictions jeopardize society’s ability to seek truth and advance knowledge in the very institutions ostensibly dedicated to those pursuits, even as they tend to undermine justice and equity,” writes ⁦⁩.
Why I Cover Campus Controversies HT "Like Stanley, I am an opponent of Trumpism and right-wing efforts to weaken higher education... So why don’t I shut up about what I see as academia's flaws?"
Do you have questions/concerns/complaints about ⁦⁩’s journalism? This is your chance to tell him about it. He’s soliciting feedback on campus politics, civil liberties, or anything else. Have at ‘em.
'Should journalists care about the speech wars in the era of Donald Trump?'
"Campus-speech restrictions jeopardize society's ability to seek truth and advance knowledge in the very institutions ostensibly dedicated to those pursuits, even as they tend to undermine justice and equity."