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A Powerful Veep Audition for GOP Governor Nikki Haley
Elections / Female Candidates

A Powerful Veep Audition for GOP Governor Nikki Haley

With former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton regarded as the likely Democratic presidential nominee, 2016 is an election year where gender matters. Haley’s rebuttal looks like a test for the GOP vice presidential slot, particularly because she hails from the first Southern state to hold a presidential primary, on Feb. 20. As a person of … Continue reading

campus rape / Rape/ Sexual Assault

Thirty Years of Failed Presidential Leadership on Campus Rape

College administrators have known about the campus rape problem for three decades, and they have been mandated to address it for two decades, why has so little been done? The answer is failed presidential leadership. Karen Barnett first documented the campus rape problem in her 1982 article “Date Rape” in Ms. magazine, and Ms. published … Continue reading

Harvard Law Professors Join the Anti-Rape Movement Backlash
Rape/ Sexual Assault / The Courts

Harvard Law Professors Join the Anti-Rape Movement Backlash

On October 15th, 28 current and retired Harvard Law professors penned an op-ed calling upon the university to abandon its new sexual harassment policy on the grounds that it violates the due process rights of the accused. According to emeritus professor Alan M. Dershowitz, the new policy is “political correctness run amok.” In this post, I briefly summarize Harvard’s new policy and … Continue reading