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Jordan Peterson and Christina Hoff Sommers on the Western canon of literature | VIEWPOINT

POLL: Is YouTube the future of education? https://goo.gl/yTx9jp Jordan B. Peterson joins AEI’s Christina Hoff Sommers to discuss

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United States and India: Two of the world’s worst countries for women? | FACTUAL FEMINIST

In June 2018, the Thomson Reuters Foundation published the results of a poll identifying “the world’s most dangerous countries for

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Free speech on campus: Is it in danger? | FACTUAL FEMINIST

Campus protestors have shut down recent speeches by Charles Murray, James Watson, Ben Shapiro – and even the Factual Feminist herself.

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#MeToo: Movement or witch hunt? | FACTUAL FEMINIST

The #MeToo movement has the potential to correct long-tolerated abuses and to lead to a new era of understanding and

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Harvey Weinstein: Sexual assault in 2017 | FACTUAL FEMINIST

In light of the allegations against powerful men like Harvey Weinstein and Matt Lauer, how should businesses and society respond?

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Google Memo: Beyond the culture war | FACTUAL FEMINIST

Christina Hoff Sommers, the Factual Feminist, offers her take on James Damore’s now infamous memo, “Google’s Ideological Echo Chamber”. DOCUMENT: Google’s

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John McEnroe on Serena Williams: A media meltdown | FACTUAL FEMINIST

During an interview with NPR’s Lulu Garcia-Navarro on June 25th, 2017, tennis great John McEnroe said that tennis great Serena

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Microaggressions: Fact vs. Myth | FACTUAL FEMINIST

Columbia University’s Derald Wing Sue defines microaggressions as “brief, everyday exchanges that send denigrating messages to certain individuals because of

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Christina Hoff Sommers & Sir Roger Scruton: Free speech, philosophy, and art | VIEWPOINT

Do modern campuses actually value ideas and intellectual discourse? Should there be limits on capitalism? Is modern architecture bad? Sir

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Christina Hoff Sommers & Stuart Taylor: College rape culture & the death of due process | VIEWPOINT

The United States legal system operates on the theory that the accused is innocent until proven guilty. But Stuart Taylor