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Overturned Sexual Assault “Convictions” Getting Very Expensive for Colleges and Universities

Overturned Sexual Assault "Convictions" Getting Very Expensive for Colleges and Universities Charlotte Hays April 18, 2016 A recent University of Southern California court decision is the eighth so far this year in favor of a student accused of sexual assault and "convicted" in a campus hearing. "John Doe" was found guilty of violating USC's student [...]

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Title IX Open Letter from Students

Title IX Open Letter from Students Jake Goldberg April 6, 2016 Our generation is enduring a crisis, yet very few of us are actually aware of its existence. On April 4, 2011, the Office for Civil Rights of the U.S. Department of Education (OCR) released what has come to be known as the “Dear Colleague” [...]

The Legislative and Judicial Branches Strike Back against Obama’s Overreach

The Legislative and Judicial Branches Strike Back against Obama's Overreach George Will February 19, 2016 Notice the Newtonian physics of America’s Madisonian system. Barack Obama’s Wilsonian hostility to the separation of powers, expressed in his executive authoritarianism, is provoking equal and opposite reactions from the judicial and legislative branches. The Supreme Court has inflicted on [...]

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NOW Says UVA Dean’s Strategy in Lawsuit ‘Undermines’ Sexual Assault Victims

NOW Says UVA Dean's Strategy in Lawsuit 'Undermines' Sexual Assault Victims Dean Seal January 8, 2016 A national feminist organization is calling on University of Virginia President Teresa Sullivan to quell the actions of a university administrator embroiled in a defamation lawsuit against Rolling Stone magazine. The National Organization for Women published an open letter [...]

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Senator Demands Answers from Department of Education about Controversial Mandates

Senator Demands Answers from Department of Education about Controversial Mandates January 7, 2016 WASHINGTON, January 7, 2016—In a letter sent today expressing “continued alarm” about the Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights (OCR), United States Senator James Lankford demands answers from Acting Secretary of Education John B. King about the agency’s authority to impose [...]

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Restoring Campus Free Speech

Restoring Campus Free Speech Ashe Schow December 8, 2015 In an article for National Review, Stanley Kurtz, a Harvard graduate and senior fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center, proposes "A Plan to Restore Free Speech on Campus." Kurtz's plan includes five parts. The first involves adopting a policy based on Yale's 1974 Woodward [...]

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E-lert: Save the Date for SAVE

E-lert: Save the Date for SAVE Tomorrow is Giving Tuesday. We know your shopping lists are already getting crowded with holiday gifts and chestnuts for roasting! But please consider adding a donation to SAVE to the list. Here's why: We really care! We work hard to make sure that the laws in our country fairly [...]

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The Misleading Video Interview with a Rapist in the Heart of the Campus Sexual Assault Freakout

The Misleading Video Interview with a Rapist in the Heart of the Campus Sexual Assault Freakout Linda LeFauve November 20, 2015 This is a reenactment of an interview conducted by Dr. David Lisak, Associate Professor, Department of Psychology, University of Massachusetts, Boston, as part of a study of men who had raped but were never [...]

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Taxpayer-Funded Groups Seek to Deny Due Process to Students Accused of Rape

Taxpayer-Funded Groups Seek to Deny Due Process to Students Accused of Rape Matt Lamb October 26, 2015 One leader’s reason: Can’t trust police because of Michael Brown’s death Fraternity and sorority groups are paying a former high-ranking senator to help protect their members’ due-process rights in campus rape investigations. Sexual-assault awareness groups and universities are [...]

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E-Lert: No Silence for the Silenced

E-Lert: No Silence for the Silenced October 1, 2015 Today, the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence (NCADV) is calling for a moment of silence at 11 a.m. EST (8 a.m. PST/9 a.m. MST/10 a.m. CST) to raise awareness that every 9 seconds, a woman is battered or abused. In this awareness effort, no mention is [...]

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