Opinion

COVID is propelling science as a political religion

The state of scientific rigor is in disarray. While not using these words directly, Tom Nicholson, a researcher at Duke University, said as much in his commentary published by the WSJ. In his opinion, the quality of scientific publications took a significant hit during the era of COVID-19. He cites Duke University’s complicity in what...

Joshua Peters
Opinion

Hats off for not seeing race

We all have witnessed individuals and some in the media engage in race hustling and race-baiting to sell a story. Some of these narratives are eye-opening and often draw attention to important issues but many are simply designed to leave Americans in a state of self-loathing. However, it is nice to see signs that some...

Joshua Peters
Opinion

Conservatives on campus speak out against ideological intolerance

"Down with 'Diversity,'" proclaims the October 2002 cover of New Sense magazine at Duke University, published by the students of the Duke Conservative Union. “Trampling UNC’s Intellectual Diversity,” proclaimed the March 2002 cover of Carolina Review, a conservative student publication at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. The Review cover, which featured a grinning donkey treading underfoot the word “DIVERSITY,” also asked, “If all your professors are Democrats, is Carolina diverse?”

Jon Sanders

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