free speech

“Hate-Speech” and Twitter – Rabbi Lapin’s Response

Rabbi Daniel Lapin was asked to respond for a news article to Louis Farrakhan’s most recent anti-Semitic remark on Twitter, and on Twitter’s hypocrisy in addressing “hate-speech”. Here is his submitted quote: “Jews, along with all Americans, are best served by constitutional fealty and it is the First Amendment to the Constitution that happily makes …

“Hate-Speech” and Twitter – Rabbi Lapin’s Response Read More »

The Atheist and the Rebbetzin Should Be Friends

The Rodgers and Hammerstein musical, Oklahoma, features a song that allows for a rollicking dance sequence even if it doesn’t do much for the plot. The Farmer and the Cowman Should Be Friends  is a social commentary on the tension between ranchers and farmers in the early 1900s in Oklahoma Territory. The closing lines (after …

The Atheist and the Rebbetzin Should Be Friends Read More »

The Cañada College Core Curriculum: Bullying?

Most of you, like me, have read how conservative speakers are being harassed and shut down on numerous college campuses. Sometimes violence is involved, such as at Berkeley, while other times “only” intimidation and disruption take place. Not surprisingly, when a society rewards bad behavior, we get more of it. Since the protesters have not …

The Cañada College Core Curriculum: Bullying? Read More »

Funny if it wasn’t so tragic

One picture is worth a thousand words. My husband was invited to give an economic speech at a northern California college. Naturally, in an educational environment, students must be shielded from hearing opinions that aren’t part of liberal orthodoxy. And people wonder why we don’t support making college more available and affordable. It seems to …

Funny if it wasn’t so tragic Read More »

Shopping Cart
X