DED Editorials

 
Following is a listing of editorials and articles criticizing the Department of Education (DED) Sexual Assault Directive and sexual harassment speech code, and calling for the restoration of due process and free speech on campus:
2013: 193 editorials
  1. KC Johnson: UNC and a Credulous Press – January 19
  2. Pierce Harlan: The State of the Union for the Wrongly Accused is Bleak - January 21
  3. Joseph Cohn: KC Johnson to Journalists: Stop Presuming Guilt – January 22
  4. Amelia Evrigenis: Sexual Violence on Campus: College Lowers Standards of Proof - January 23
  5. KC Johnson: Yale’s Bizarre Sexual Misconduct Hearings – February 1
  6. Community of the Wrongly Accused: American Association of University Professors Stands Up for the Rights of the Innocent in its New Report on Sexual Assault — February 14
  7. Foundation for Individual Rights in Education: New AAUP Statement on Campus Sexual Assault: ‘Clear and Convincing Evidence’ Standard ‘Necessary’ to Protect Due Process, Shared Governance – Feb. 14
  8. Chris Thompson: University Kangaroo Justice and How to Create Criminals out of Innocent Men — Mar. 1
  9. Caitlin McCabe and Liz Crampton: Landen Gambil’s Ex-Boyfriend: UNC Forced Me Out – March 5
  10. William Creeley: Controversy Grows over UNC’s Response to Sexual Assault Claim – March 6
  11. Adam Goldstein: Rape is a Crime, Treat it as Such – March 12
  12. KC Johnson: The Times, OCR, and Student Rape Trials – March 14
  13. Community of the Wrongly Accused: At U. Michigan: Of 38 Rape Allegations, Only 6 Believed to be True - March 15
  14. Stephen Hendrick: Reform College Sexual Assault Policies to Protect Accused Students, Too – March 15
  15. KC Johnson: What the Times Won’t Say About College Sex - March 20
  16. KC Johnson: The Times: Still Biased on College Sex Hearings – March 21
  17. Community of the Wrongly Accused: Self-Proclaimed Liberals Cheer Rolling Back Due Process Rights, but Only for One Class of Citizens – March 22
  18. KC Johnson: A College with Strange Sex Misconduct Hearings – March 29
  19. Garth Kant: No Due Process for College Rape Trials? - April 5
  20. COTWA: Craziness at UNC in Wake of DED Sexual Assault Directive - April 12
  21. Judith Grossman: Unsubstantiated Accusations Against my Son Landed Him Before a Nightmarish College Tribunal – April 16
  22. Harry Lewis & Jane Shaw – Colleges Must Promote Personal Responsibility, Not ‘He-Said, She-Said’ Trials – April 17
  23. William Jacobson: Kangaroo Courts for Men on Campus - April 17
  24. Helen Smith: The War on Men on Campus: Kangaroo Courts and Angry Feminists Await - April 21
  25. Walter Russell Mead: The Secret War on Men? - April 23
  26. Katherine Cusumano and Tonya Riley: Sexual Misconduct Disciplinary Process Alienates Accused - April 24
  27. COTWA: If You are Accused (Not Found Guilty) of a Sex Offense on Campus, Your Government has Instructed your School to Give your Accuser Options to Avoid Contact with You – April 25
  28. KC Johnson: Swarthmore, Occidental, and Their Kangaroo Courts – April 25
  29. COTWA: Cornell Takes Another Step to Make it Easier to Punish Innocent Students - April 26
  30. Ryan Fleming: Lies, Damn Lies, and Rape Statistics – April 26
  31. Catherine Sevcenko: Department of Education’s Latest ‘Dear Colleague’ Letter on Title IX Retaliation is Puzzling – April 29
  32. Walter Russell: Hello, She Lied – May 2
  33. Robert Shibley: Departments of Justice, Education Misquote the Supreme Court - May 10
  34. Hans Bader: Federal Title IX Enforcers Effectively Define Dating and Sex Education as “Sexual Harassment” – May 10
  35. Brian Doherty: “Say Anything Sexual That Offends Anyone on Campus, You Must Be Punished or School Can Lose Federal Funding” – May 10
  36. William Jacobson: The FIRE: “The government has mandated speech codes on all campuses” - May 10
  37. Foundation for Individual Rights in Education: Federal Government Mandates Unconstitutional Speech Codes at Colleges and Universities Nationwide – May 10
  38. Andrew Coulson: Why FIRE is Hot Under the Collar – May 10
  39. Quin Hillyer: I Ask Anurima Bhargave for a Date -  May 10
  40. Joanne Jacobs: U.S. Rule Makes Every Student a Sex Harasser – May 11
  41. Hans Bader: Obama Administration Demands Unconstitutional Campus Speech Codes, Defines College Dating and Flirting as ‘Sexual Harassment’ – May 11
  42. KC Johnson: Stanford Abandons Due Process – May 12
  43. Robert Shipley: Feds Make Everyone on Campus a Sexual Harasser - May 13
  44. Eugene Volokh: The Administration Says Universities Must Implement Broad Speech Codes - May 13
  45. Oliver Darcy: Watchdog Group: Feds to Force All U.S. Universities to Adopt Unconstitutional Speech Codes - May 13
  46. Donal Brown: Dating Imperiled by Government Speech Mandate - May 13
  47. Joe Carter: Obama Administration Orders Colleges to Implement Unconstitutional Speech Codes - May 13
  48. Walter Olson: Tolerate ‘Any’ Unwelcome Campus Sex Talk, Lose Federal Funds - May 13
  49. John Leo: Another Washington-Inspired Assault on Free Speech – May 13
  50. Harvey Silverglate and Juliana DeVries: The Feds Mandate Abolition of Free Speech on Campus – May 13
  51. W.F. Price: DOJ Flexes Muscle in Missoula, Throws Shadow Over UM – May 13
  52. Nathan Harden: New Sexual Harassment Rules Threaten Free Speech (VIDEO) – May 14
  53. Mona Charen: Obama Administration Scraps Free Speech – May 14
  54. Gina Luttrell: Diary of Anne Frank Could be Banned Under New Federal Directive - May 14
  55. William Jacobson: The Ignored DOJ Scandal–Anti-Free Speech Codes on Campus - May 14
  56. Elizabeth Nolan Brown: Feds May Force U.S. Universities to Adopt Extreme Anti Sexual-Harassment Speech Codes  May 14
  57. Will Creeley: From Lolita to Louis CK, Feds Ban Sex Speech on Campus – May 14
  58. Frank LoMonte: Federal “Harassment” Agreement with University of Montana Exposes Journalists to Risk of Discipline for Writing about Sex - May 14
  59. Kaylin Bugos: Government Opens The Floodgates for College Sexual Harassment Suits - May 14
  60. Samantha Harris: New OCR Letter Completely Ignores Earlier OCR Guidance on First Amendment - May 15
  61. Susan Kruth: Otterbein University Scraps Nondisclosure Agreements for Sexual Assault Cases - May 15
  62. Wendy Kaminer: No Sex Talk Allowed – May 15
  63. Hans A. von Spakovsky: Making a Request for a Date Could Be a Federal Crime - May 15
  64. Donald Downs: A Misguided Feminist Agenda Curbs Free Speech – May 15
  65. Mary Lou Byrd: Free Speech Under Fire – May 15
  66. Bob Kellogg: FIRE, ADF Addressing Nationwide Epidemic on College Campuses – May 15
  67. Mary Katherine Ham: By the Way, the Feds also Pushed Super-Broad Speech Codes for Campuses this Week – May 15
  68. Community of the Wrongly Accused: Sexual Harassment on Campus is Now Defined by the Accuser’s Subjective Feelings, Regardless of How Irrational They Might Be - May 16
  69. Peter Lawler: The Obama Administration’s Neo-Puritanical Repression – May 16
  70. Samantha Harris: Federal Speech Code ‘Blueprint’: It’s Not Just About Sex – May 16
  71. Washington Times: Repealing Free Speech – May 16
  72. Minding the Campus: Reactions to the Feds’ New College Harassment Code – May 16
  73. Greg Lukianoff: Feds to Students: You Can’t Say ThatMay 16
  74. Ken Masugi: The De-Eroticized University - May 16
  75. Bobby Soave: Holder Imposing Broader Sexual Harassment Definition on Campuses – May 16
  76. Andrew Kloster: DOJ and Department of Education Mandate Orwellian Speech Restrictions on College Campuses – May 16
  77. Blake Baxter: Free Speech Advocates Alarmed by New Federal Sexual Harassment Rules – May 17
  78. Christian Science Monitor: Feds Rooting out ‘Unwelcome Speech’ on Campus: But What is That? – May 18
  79. Joanne Jacobs: Feds to Students: You Can’t Say That – May 19
  80. Community of the Wrongly Accused: College Student Leader: Requiring substantial evidence of a sex offense before a student may be expelled ‘automatically assum[es] the information from the victim is false’ - May 20
  81. Mark Horne: Obama’s New Campus Persecution System – May 20
  82. Deborah Lambert: Federally Regulating Free Speech – May 20
  83. Alan Caruba: Silencing Free Speech on College Campuses – May 20
  84. Glenn Garvin: Welcome to ‘Unwelcome’ Speech on Campus – May 21
  85. Susan Kruth: No, New Sexual Harassment Guidelines Are Not a Positive Step - May 23
  86. Robert Shibley: What First Amendment? – May 23
  87. Hans Bader: How the Education Department Would Limit Dating – May 23
  88. Greg Lukianoff: Federal Mandate Imposes Draconian National Collegiate Speech Code – May 23
  89. William Creeley: How the Federal Blueprint Breaks New Ground - May 24
  90. Jay Schalin: The National Speech Code Power Grab – May 24
  91. Bob Unruh: Feds Define Unwanted Date Requests as Harassment - May 24
  92. David Moshman: Sexual Harassment and Academic Freedom – May 24
  93. George Will: ‘Alice in Wonderland’ Coercion – May 25
  94. Lenore Skenazy: Kicking Non-PC Kids Off Campus – May 26
  95. Cathy Young: More Government Overreach — On Campus Sexual Harassment – May 27
  96. Jennifer Hulehan: Pretty Sure Rape is a Crime - May 27
  97. Azhar Majeed: More Examples of Actionable Sexual Harassment Under the ‘Blueprint’ - May 28
  98. Les Sillars: Obama Administration Proclaims Right Not to be Offended on Campus - May 28
  99. Jon Gabriel: Barack Obama as Dean Wormer – May 29
  100. FIRE: FIRE Response to OCR’s May 29, 2013 Statement to Concerned Citizens – May 30
  101. Mary Lou Byrd: DOE and DOJ Under FIRE - May 30
  102. Will Creeley: Five Questions for the Office for Civil Rights - May 31
  103. Jim Epstein: The Ongoing Battle for Free Speech on Campus: Greg Lukianoff at the Museum of Sex – June 4
  104. FIRE: The OCR Emperor Has No Legal Clothes: OCR Can Only Enforce the ‘Blueprint’ Against University of Montana - June 4
  105. Tampa Bay Times: Harassment Policy Infringes on Speech – June 4
  106. Rob Jenkins: Purging My Syllabus - June 4
  107. Peter Wood: Sexual Harassment–The Feds Go Way Too Far - June 4
  108. Robb Jones: A New Wave? - June 4
  109. Alexandra Petri: As Sexual Harassment ‘Blueprint’ Restricts Verbal Conduct: Things Not To Say On Campus – June 6
  110. Nico Perrino: Unlearning Liberty’: Harassment Codes Often Abused to Censor - June 6
  111. Spencer Schredder: Feds Deny Plan to Implement Mandatory College Speech Codes Would Violate Constitution - June 6
  112. FIRE: AAUP’s Committee on Women Expresses Deep Concern about Feds’ Speech Code ‘Blueprint’ - June 7
  113. Samantha Harris: Protected Speech: Nothing to Investigate - June 7
  114. Joseph Kohn: ThinkProgress’ Defense of ‘Blueprint’ Misses the Mark - June 7
  115. Charlotte Allen: The Big Chill – June 10
  116. Susan Kruth: Under New Definition, U of Montana Tutorial is Sexual Harassment - June 10
  117. FIRE: This Crystal Ball is Clear: OCR Cannot Issue a ‘Blueprint’ Without Following APA Rulemaking Procedures - June 11
  118. Eugene Volokh: “Revisiting the ‘Preponderance’ Debate” - June 11
  119. KC Johnson: A Lack of Skepticism on the Higher-Ed Beat - June 11
  120. Robert Shibley: Reporting Your Neighbor’s Speech? Don’t Laugh, It’s Coming To A College Campus Near You - June 12
  121. Azhar Majeed: How Colleges Label Protected Speech as ‘Harassment’–And Why the DOJ and ED Have Made Matters Worse - June 12
  122. David Masciatra: Political Correctness is About to Get Even Worse on College Campuses - June 12
  123. Peter Wood: Gender Inequity Among the Gender Equity Enforcers - June 12
  124. Samantha Harris: A Massive Burden – June 13
  125. Andrea Stagg: Freedom of Speech Lives On – June 13
  126. Christina Hoff Sommers: Sexual Harassment “Blueprint” and Authoritarian Feminism (podcast) - June 13
  127. COTWA: Serious Legal Writing Takes Issue with the Assault on the Rights of the Presumptively Innocent in Campus Sex Charges – June 14
  128. William Creeley: Defending ‘Blueprint,’ SUNY Lawyer Tells Students, Faculty: ‘Trust Us’ -  June 14
  129. Henri Gendreau: The Clash Between Free Speech and Sexual Harassment on the American College Campus – June 15
  130. Carlin Romano: Civility and Sex Speech – June 17
  131. FIRE: Greg Lukianoff on ‘Journal Editorial Report’: Universities Should Fight Back Against ‘Blueprint’ - June 19
  132. Doug Lederman: Into the Lawyer’s Den – June 21
  133. Robert Shibley: OCR Descends into Self-Parody in Front of Incredulous College Lawyers - June 21
  134. Susan Kruth: Can the University of Montana Deliver the Constitutional, OCR-Compliant Sexual Harassment Policy It Promised? - June 21
  135. Robert O’Hara: McCain Calls Out DOJ/DED on Sexual Harassment Policy - June 28
July to December:
  1. KC Johnson: Obama’s Sex Harassment Policy for Colleges: Unauthorized, and Very Likely Unconstitutional - July 8
  2. COTWA: Duke Jacks up the Penalty for Sex Offenses - July 9
  3. Samantha Harris: OCR’s Logical Fallacy - July 10
  4. Walter Olson: Sentence First, Verdict Afterward - July 11
  5. KC Johnson: St. Joe’s, Title IX, and Procedural Unfairness - July 11
  6. COTWA: Saint Joseph’s University Sued for Bias by Accused Rapist - July 11
  7. KC Johnson: Why the St. Joe’s Lawsuit Matters - July 12
  8. Savanah Morning News: Feds Join University Campus Speech Police - July 12
  9. Joseph Cohn: Schools Should Realize That ‘Davis’ Is the Solution - July 16
  10. KC Johnson: FIRE Confronts the Justice and Education Departments - July 16
  11. Robert Shipley: Seventeen Organizations Take on the Feds’ National Campus Speech Code – July 17
  12. Cara Gagliano: ‘Meese v. Keene’ Sheds Light on Danger of the ‘Blueprint’ - July 18
  13. KC Johnson: The CJR Urges Biased Journalism in Sexual Assault Cases - July 21
  14. KC Johnson: OCR: More Extreme Procedures Needed in Sex Cases? - July 23
  15. Madeline Gootman - The End to My ‘Sexy’ Academic CareerJuly 26
  16. Ramesh Ponnuru: U.S. Rules on Harassment Defy Reason – July 28
  17. KC Johnson: The Dubious Rape Trial at Vassar – August 1
  18. KC Johnson: At Vanderbilt, Rape is a Crime – August 14
  19. KC Johnson: And Xavier Makes Three - August 23
  20. KC Johnson:  Who’s Afraid of Lawyers? - August 27
  21. Hans Bader: Suing over Star Chamber Hearings – August 27
  22. Washington Times: Constitution-Free Campuses – August 27
  23. FIRE: Federal Slowdown: Departments of Education and Justice Stall Approval for New University of Montana Sexual Harassment Policy – September 10
  24. KC Johnson: The Anti-Male Craziness at Yale – September 11
  25. Cathy Sevcenko: U. of Montana Faculty Criticize Mandatory Reports to Government on Sexual Misconduct Training Attendance - September 27
  26. Stephen Hendrick: The Department of Education’s Title IX Enforcement Hypocrisy – September 30
  27. KC Johnson: Occidental Faculty Suddenly Discover Due Process - September 30
  28. John Leo: The Feds Crack Down on the University of Montana – October 1
  29. Susan Kruth: Swarthmore Students Asked to Volunteer to Be on Sexual Misconduct Hearing Panel - October 10
  30. Susan Kruth: U. of Montana President Didn’t Know Names of Students Who Miss Sexual Harassment Training Would Be Sent to DOJ - October 14
  31. KC Johnson: Swarthmore Dismisses Civil Liberties - October 14
  32. KC Johnson: Campus Sex Hearings Make Convictions Easier – October 16
  33. Robby Soave: DOJ Waves Away Free Speech, Privacy at U. Montana – October 16
  34. Susan Kruth: Another U. of Montana Resolution Deadline Passes While Admins Reconsider Procedures – October 16, 2013
  35. KC Johnson: Vassar Demands Absolute Trust from Courts - October 21
  36. Caroline Kitchens: The Rape ‘Epidemic’ Doesn’t Actually Exist - October 24
  37. Tim Bella: Falsely Accused of Rape – October 31
  38. Chris Powell: Amid UConn Rape Furor, Start Explaining Due Process - November 5
  39. Susan Kruth: Smoke and Mirrors: Four Clarifications About the ‘Blueprint’ - November 5
  40. KC Johnson: Myths, Realities, and Common Sense at Texas - November 6
  41. KC Johnson: FIRE Makes the OCR Back Down - November 22
  42. KC Johnson: POLITICO Screws Up on Campus Hearings - December 1
  43. Community of the Wrongly Accused: Scrap the “Dear Colleague” Letter – December 5
  44. Robyn Blummer: A Code That Must Change – December 5
  45. James Taranto: An Education in College Justice – December 6
  46. KC Johnson: The Scandal at Auburn - December 8
  47. Women for Men: America’s Corrupt College Tribunals – December 10
  48. James Taranto: Free Hunter Yelton – December 11
  49. John Lauerman: College Men Accused of Sexual Assault Say Their Rights Violated – December 16
  50. CBS: Male Students Use Title IX Discrimination Laws To Fight Campus Sexual Assault Claims – December 17
  51. Cathy Young: Guilty Until Proven Innocent – December 17
  52. Roxanne Jones: Should False Rape Accusers be Sued? – December 17
  53. KC Johnson: Journalism, Campus Procedure, and Biases - December 19

2012 - 52 editorials:

  1. KC Johnson: Patrick Witt and Yale’s Disastrous Failure – February 3
  2. Richard Epstein: Title IX or Bust – February 7
  3. Wendy Kaminer: What’s Wrong with the Violence Against Women Act - March 19
  4. Mike Wacker: Ensuring Legal Protection for All - April 10
  5. Community of the Wrongly Accused: Brett Sokolow: Colleges Now are Expelling and Suspending People They Shouldn’t for Sexual Assault - April 18
  6. Justin Pope: For Colleges, Rape Cases a Legal Minefield - April 21
  7. KC Johnson: The Notorious “Dear Colleague” Letter in Action – April 24
  8. KC Johnson: The Kafka-like “Dear Colleague” Letter Wins at Cornell – April 27
  9. Bob Unruh: False Sex-Assault Convictions Easier under Obama – May 10
  10. William Creeley: ‘Crimson’ Reports on Due Process Concerns as Harvard Revises Sexual Assault Policy – May 14
  11. Duke Cheston: Tilting the Scales on Sexual Violence – May 20
  12. Adam Johnson: Against the Preponderance of Evidence Standard – May 21
  13. KC Johnson: Student Editor Details the Corruption at Brown – May 29
  14. Amy Alkon: Corruption At Brown U: Lowering Standards Of Evidence For Sexual Assault - May 29
  15. Helen Smith: Corruption at Brown U. – May 29
  16. KC Johnson: Star Chamber Hearings at Brown, Yale, and Cornell – May 30
  17. KC Johnson: More on the Rape Accusation at Brown – June 12
  18. KC Johnson: Yale Abandons All Pretense of Due Process – June 17
  19. KC Johnson: The Hollow Nature of the “Dear Colleague” Threat - June 27
  20. Eric Kelderman: Colleges Struggle With Title IX Rules on How to Handle Reports of Sexual Violence - June 29
  21. Azhar Majeed: University Lawyers Frustrated by OCR Mandate – June 29
  22. Community of the Wrongly Accused:  The ‘Dear Colleague’ letter is a Paper Tiger that Colleges Ought to Ignore – July 5
  23. KC Johnson: More Advice on Railroading Males in Sex Cases – July 23
  24. KC Johnson: The OCR’s Newest Target: Xavier University – August 2
  25. Community of the Wrongly Accused: Ex-County Prosecutor says Prosecutor Bowed to Pressure from Victim’s Groups and Charged a Student with Sexual Assault just “To send a Message” – August 9
  26. Stop Abusive and Violent Environments: On College Campuses, Civil Liberties Took a Beating – August 15
  27. William Jacobson: University Without Shame: How Brown Betrayed One of its Students - August 22
  28. Community of the Wrongly Accused: Part I: The University of Montana Deprives Men of Their Right to a Fair Hearing in Sex Cases – September 4
  29. COTWA: Part II: The University of Montana Says Sex after ‘Guilt Tripping’ is Assault, and Why That is Wrong - September 5
  30. Christopher Thompson: Miss Representation – September 5
  31. COTWA: Part III: The University of Montana’s Mandatory Video Series Teaches that Rape is Normalized – September 6
  32. Hans Bader: Education Dept Unlawfully Changes Burden of Proof in College Sexual Harassment Cases - September 12
  33. COTWA: Univ. of North Carolina Rides Roughshod Over the Rights of Presumptively Innocent Men – September 13
  34. Christopher Thompson: University Men Shanghaied by the DOJ – September 14
  35. Robert Franklin: The Inquisition Comes to College Campuses – September 22
  36. Joseph Cohn: Campus Is a Poor Court for Students Facing Sexual-Misconduct Charges - October 1
  37. Gregory Burr: Are Kangaroo Courts Coming to Your Campus? - October 1
  38. Andrew Kloster: VAWA and Double Jeopardy in Higher Education - October 10
  39. Mark Bauerlein: Campus Due Process, Obama-Style – October 11
  40. Pierce Harlan: Proof of Innocence – October 16
  41. Joseph Cohn: Responding in Full to ‘Preponderance of the Evidence’ Advocates – October 18
  42. KC Johnson: Yale’s  New Low and the Sad Saga of Wendy Murphy – October 19
  43. Jason Willick: Guilty Until Proven Innocent: The Devil’s Advocate – October 27
  44. Joseph Cohn and Greg Lukianoff: Stanford Should Think Twice Before Lowering Evidentiary Standard - November 2
  45. Community of the Wrongly Accused: The ‘Beyond a Reasonable Doubt’ Standard of Proof is the Reason for the Rape Problem? Seriously? - November 19
  46. Wendy Kaminer: What to Make of the Rape Accusations at Amherst College? — November 21
  47. Chris Thompson: Ladies Night: Constructing a Rape-Prone Culture – November 24
  48. KC Johnson: Wendy Murphy Comes to the University of Virginia – November 26
  49. Andrew Koster: Getting it Wrong on ‘Preponderance’ – November 27
  50. KC Johnson: Russlynn Ali Departs – December 2
  51. Jonathan Turley: Accused Students Deserve ProtectionDecember 5
  52. Adam Goldstein: OSU Demonstrates Why Universities Shouldn’t Handle Sex Assault Claims – December 17

2011 - 42 editorials:

  1. Heather MacDonald: Are One in Five College Women Sexually Assaulted? April 5
  2. Wendy Kaminer: Sexual Harassment and the Loneliness of the Civil Libertarian Feminist - April 6
  3. Hans Bader: Education Department Shreds Presumption of Innocence in April 4 Letter – April 8
  4. Cathy Young: Sexual Assault on Campus–Is it Exaggerated? - April 18
  5. Hans Bader: Falsely Accused Teachers and Students will be Harmed May 16
  6. Nathaniel Zelinsky: Title IX and the Death of Free Speech at Yale May 19
  7. Mona Charen: The Tyranny of Hurt Feelings - May 20
  8. Harvey Silverglate: What Yale’s President Should Have Said about the Frat Boys May 23
  9. Greg Lukianoff: Yale, the Department of Education, and the Looming Free Speech Crisis May 24
  10. Mike Adams: Crying Rape May 30
  11. Jeffrey Hadden: The Feds’ Campus Keystone Kops May 31
  12. Ilya Shapiro: Due Process Stops at the Campus Gates? - June 2
  13. Christina Hoff Sommers: In Making Campuses Safe for Women, a Travesty of Justice for Men June 5
  14. Hans Bader: Civil Libertarians Criticize Ed. Department for Making False Accusations, Campus Censorship Easier June 6
  15. Wendy McElroy: Dumbing Down the Charge of Rape June 7
  16. Hans Bader: Why Cross-Examination Rights Matter in Campus Sexual Harassment Cases under Title IX - June 7
  17. KC Johnson: The Star Chamber Comes to a Campus Near You, Minding the Campus: Reforming our Universities - June 9
  18. Greg LukianoffThe Department of Education, Yale, And the New Threat to Free Speech on Campus - June 15
  19. Michael Barone: Feds Crack Down on Flirting and Sex Jokes June 22
  20. Harvey Silverglate: Yes Means Yes — Except on Campus - July 15
  21. Samantha Harris: The Feds’ Mad Assault on Campus Sex - July 19
  22. Mike Adams: The Rape of Caleb Warner - July 19
  23. Robert Shibley: A Warning to College Parents and Grandparents - August 11
  24. Cynthia Bell: Rape Should be Tough to Prove - August 17
  25. Peter Berkowitz: College Rape Accusations and the Presumption of Male Guilt - August 20
  26. Harry Crouch: The Death of Due Process for Males - August 24
  27. Carey Roberts: Department of Ed Rewrites the Constitution, at the Expense of Men - August 27
  28. Robert Smith: On Sexual Harassment and Title IX - August 30
  29. Sandy Hingston: The New Rules of College Sex - September 1
  30. Daily Times: OCR Guilty of Lowering Conviction Standards – September 1
  31. David Deerson: More Likely Than Not: The Office of Civil Rights’ Encroachment on Due Process – September 1
  32. Dr. Laura Schlessinger: It’s Dangerous To Be A Guy on Campus - September 2
  33. Adam KisselColleges Forced to Redefine Speech and Assault Codes, Destroy Civil Liberties - September 5
  34. Anna Rittgers: Sometimes, Women Lie about Rape - September 7
  35. Phyllis Schlafly: College May be Dangerous for Men - September 13
  36. False Rape Society: College Men Beware: If a Woman who Lives in Your Dorm Accuses you of Rape, You are Supposed to be Evicted – October 13
  37. Anonymous College Administrator: An Open Letter to OCR - October 28
  38. Libby Jacobson: VAWA Draft Provisions are the Wrong Solution to Sexual Assault on Campuses – October 28
  39. Cathy Young: The Politics of Campus Sexual Assault - November 6
  40. Bob Kellogg: VAWA ‘Harmful for America’ - November 30
  41. KC Johnson: A Black Eye for Brown in a Controversial Rape Case – December 23
  42. Greg Lukianoff: OCR’s April 4 Letter and Opposition in the National Media – December 26