Mike Adams

Posted July 07, 2015

Have you ever noticed that you never see signs that say "Tolerate Diversity?" The reason for that is simple. No one wants to be tolerated.

Posted July 06, 2015

Friends dont let friends major in anything ending in the word studies.

Posted June 30, 2015

Its not possible for me to write about First Amendment issues and refrain from weighing in on the current Confederate flag controversy that is brewing down in South Carolina.

Posted June 26, 2015

Dear Student Body: I am writing today for the specific purpose of recruiting a student plaintiff to sue our university over its policy of forcing students to sign a Respect Compact, which is used by the administration to punish speech that is clearly protected by the First Amendment.

Posted June 22, 2015

The University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill has just made an enormous political mistake.

Posted June 18, 2015

In my last column, I made the case for establishing First Amendment Centers on public university campuses. I argued that such centers should focus on eight goals, four of which would be corrective measures, and four of which would be proactive measures designed to enhance respect for divergent opinions.

Posted June 16, 2015

Eleven years ago, I gave a speech at Yale Law School. It was called The Constitutional Crisis in Higher Education. Ive have given variations of that speech on more than 80 college campuses since then. In that time period, the crisis has become substantially more serious. Now, it is time for defenders of free speech to take more aggressive measures to curb censorship on our nations campuses.

Posted June 11, 2015

Universities need to stop giving students caps and gowns when they graduate. Instead, I recommend they give them helmets and wrap them in bubble wrap.

Posted June 09, 2015

There is an assault on free speech in this country that is coming from the political left.

Posted June 02, 2015

Over the course of the last half-century, the media has botched its coverage of numerous high profile crimes.

Posted June 01, 2015

Dear Scott Burgess: I am in receipt of your message saying that I am A douche bag and an embarrassment to our university. Its been several weeks since youve written and I have been busy. But now that I have the time I wish to respond to your concerns that my weekly political column is causing embarrassment to our university and to higher education in general.

Posted May 20, 2015

Stony Brook Universitys Graduate Queer Alliance (GQA) has managed to elevate opposition to free speech to a Zen Art.

Posted May 18, 2015

A recent letter to the editor written by Professor Bruce McKinney shows why we cannot trust most college professors and administrators to defend free speech.

Posted May 16, 2015

Not all pro-choice arguments were created equal. Some are much worse than others. Perhaps the worst is the claim that most pro-lifers arent consistently pro-life but are only anti-abortion.

Posted May 08, 2015

Watching ESPN is painful these days. What used to be a good sports channel is now a platform for bad pop sociology and progressive political commentary. The commentary was in full force recently as I watched a sports commentator try to explain how the riots in Baltimore were a function of socio-economic factors.

Posted April 27, 2015

Some conservatives fail to grasp the importance of the campus culture wars.

Posted April 20, 2015

Dear Chancellor Sederburg (chancellor@uncw.edu): I would like to apologize for the recent controversy I caused by asking that the university fire an activist/administrator who recently attempted to violate the free speech rights of pro-life students attending our university.

Posted April 14, 2015

Dear Chancellor Sederburg: I am writing today to ask you to fire an emotionally volatile and ideologically bigoted administrator who is about to get you sued.

Posted April 07, 2015

My liberal friends, all three of them, are up in arms over the Indiana RFRA controversy. As usual, their views on the issue are driven by emotion, not reason. That is because liberalism is not really a political philosophy.

Posted April 01, 2015

Recently, some University of North Carolina (UNC) students went to a Board of Trustees meeting armed with signs saying Black Lives Matter and Kick Out the KKK. Who knew that the KKK was still a presence on the UNC flagship campus in Chapel Hill? Of course, the answer is that no one knew. That is because they arent.