Barash even publishes his sermon notes in the New York Times so no one can miss what he’s doing in his classroom.
Ayaan Hirsi Ali, women’s rights advocate and critic of Islam, spoke at Yale yesterday without incident, despite objections from Muslim and other groups.
Obviously, the ideal would be if institutions like the University of Pennsylvania, Ball State (Hedin), the University of Kentucky (Gaskell) and the rest sought enlightenment unsparingly.
Campus speech codes, forbidding politically incorrect ideas from being expressed, blossomed in the Reagan era, fueled by anti-Reagan rage.
With “closed-door meetings and private assurances that are never revealed,” says Discovery Institute’s John West, “That’s news to me that anything has been resolved.”