New York Post | Intolerance 101

Written on:October 21, 2014
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New York Post | Intolerance 101


Having a Pulitzer Prize-winning syndicated columnist and noted TV commentator as a guest speaker would normally be considered a coup for an academic institution. But not if you’re Scripps College — and not if that speaker is George Will.

Consider this a teachable moment, one that speaks volumes about the increasing intolerance on American campuses to honest and open ­debate.

Scripps had invited Will as part of an annual program designed to present the notoriously liberal all-women’s college with a token conservative speaker.

But when the Washington Post pundit (whose column also appears on these pages) wrote a piece questioning the Obama administration’s statistics on campus sexual assaults, the predictable uproar ensued — and the liberal college, just as predictably, responded by closing its students to George Will’s arguments.

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