Politics and Free Speech at Dartmouth: Republicans MOST Tolerant

By:               Jack Kerwick A recently conducted Dartmouth University survey supplies some invaluable insights. According to The Dartmouth, “undergraduates were asked if learning that another student had political beliefs opposite from their own would affect a range of possible interactions with them.” Reportedly, 42 percent of respondents said that they would be less likely to befriend…

1 A.T. (After Trump): The Economy

By: Jack Kerwick It is over a year now since Donald Trump was elected to the Presidency of the United States. Anyone who still doubts that our 45thpresident is anything less than a world-historic figure, a truly unique individual, and a president unprecedented for his effectiveness is not to be taken seriously. Trump’s chronic critics,…

1 A.T. (After Trump): The Culture

By: Jack Kerwick In a previous article, I showed that Donald Trump’s first year as President has been marked by a series of exceptional economic achievements. Yet it isn’t only with respect to the economy that our 45th President deserves much gratitude from self-proclaimed patriots, traditional garden-variety Americans who’ve expressed abhorrence of the country’s lurch toward…

Leftist Groupthink in Academia

By:    Jack Kerwick               The Chronicle of Higher Education recently featured an article lamenting the lack of “diversity” in my discipline. Philosophy, so goes the article, just hasn’t been welcoming toward minorities and women. Thankfully, such enlightened departments as that found at Penn State University have endeavored to “decolonize…