Category Archives: Higher Education

Intolerance, Implacable Intolerance

One of my oldest and closest friends, an old college fraternity brother, wrote me this morning to bemoan how intolerant liberalism has become. He reflected on how much had changed in America in the almost two generations since college – … Continue reading

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Lincoln was a “Classic” Enlightenment Man, but…

It must be tough working as one of only two conservative columnists for the New York Times. And that is why, aside from my profound respect for David Brook’s intellect and abilities as a preeminent wordsmith, I afford him a … Continue reading

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The Advantages of a Nonelite Education

I do not possess an elite education, but I’ve never regretted that fact.  Indeed, I’m proud of it. I earned my two undergraduate degrees from the University of North Alabama (UNA), a regional university in the northwest corner of my … Continue reading

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