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The Limits of Title IX

Why campuses are not the proper forum for adjudicating sexual assault.

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FIRE Takes Government to Court Over Sexual Misconduct Guidelines

It’s regrettable that it had to come to this.

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The Faculty Backlash Continues

More professors add their voice to the chorus of criticism of the federal government’s assault on campus civil liberties.

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Professors Rebel Against Campus Sex Bureaucracy

The left-leaning American Association of University Professors has issued a report sharply criticizing the role of federal Title IX enforcement in curtailing civil liberties for students and faculty alike.

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GOP Senators Push Back on Campus PC

A growing number of GOP lawmakers are expressing alarm about the Department of Education’s actions to curtail free speech and due process for college students.

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“Yes Means Yes” in the Constitution State?

Connecticut may become the third state in the U.S. to adopt an affirmative consent standard for college students.

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Sen. Bernie Sanders, Reactionary?

Sen. Bernie Sanders said courts, not campuses, should handle accusations of sexual assault among college students.

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A Racial Twist in the Campus Sex Wars?

Two African American students are alleging that racism played a role in their summary dismissal from college on a sexual assault charge.

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“Yes Means Yes” Continues to Gain Ground

The American Law Institute mulls endorsing “Yes Means Yes.” This would be a disaster for campus civil liberties.

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Campus Due Process Crackdown Shows Little Sign of Abating

The federal government is leaning on colleges to adopt draconian sexual assault policies, despite a growing number of court rulings that such policies are unfair to the accused.

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Asia's Game of Thrones

Both Washington and Manila are doing damage control in the wake of Duterte’s latest comments, but the real test is yet to come.


Even the New York Times is beginning to acknowledge Obama’s sorry legacy in the Middle East.

beyond blue

Financial literacy has to become a basic element of the U.S. educational system.


The inability to pass the easiest of trade deals with Canada speaks to a deeper structural crisis at the heart of the continent.

After the Elections

Fair enough. But some of the Realpolitik Russia won’t like.

Shale Is Hale

Welcome to the era of the “monster frack.”

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