Mike Adams

Posted February 12, 2016

The problem with America is that our universities teach worldview and our churches dont.

Posted February 01, 2016

Many who hold the pro-choice position subscribe to a postmodern worldview. They are not arguing that we can kill the unborn because a womans right to choose trumps the right to life of the unborn

Posted January 22, 2016

Imagine my shock when people started emailing this week to inform me that my old nemesis Professor Julio Pino was being investigated for allegedly trying to recruit people into ISIS. It was about as shocking as finding out that Elton John is still gay and that Sean Penn is still angry. Regrettably, some people are already putting the wrong spin on the story so I will have to weigh back in. After all, its been nine years since I first exposed this guy for allegedly recruiting people to kill innocent Americans.

Posted January 19, 2016

As you may have already heard, some good news on the issue of free speech recently came out of The University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill (UNC-CH). The Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE) awarded UNC-CH a green light, which is its highest rating for policies concerning free expression.

Posted January 08, 2016

Over the last several months, the supportive emails and calls I have received have greatly outnumbered the hate mails, which usually come from feminists who hate males.

Posted January 01, 2016

Some readers may have noticed that six months have passed since I wrote a column criticizing the whacky leftist administration at my university, UNC-Wilmington. I am happy to report the reason for the silence is that the wacky leftist administrators are now gone.

Posted December 21, 2015

Universities are supposed to prepare people to be productive citizens. They are failing miserably because they are failing to reward hard work and initiative. In fact, it is worse than that.

Posted December 14, 2015

Matt Walsh is among the best conservative writers in America. I appreciate his insights on a number of issues. I was especially happy when he wrote about the recent race debacle at the University of Missouri (Mizzou). However, I think his correct observations about the veracity of certain alleged hate crime claims were supplemented with an incomplete analysis of their causes.

Posted December 04, 2015

Dear (Elmhurst College) President Braskamp: I am sorry to have to write to you at such a busy time of year. However, it has become necessary to contact you in light of a series of disturbing and unwanted communications I have received from a member of your faculty.

Posted December 01, 2015

My feminist colleagues have a lot of explaining to do. Despite clear evidence of his innocence, they are continuing to peddle propaganda suggesting that a black Harvard Law student named Brandon Winston is guilty of sexual assault.

Posted November 19, 2015

Dear Used Car Salesman: I want to thank you for your invitation to be interviewed on your local news program. I am afraid that I must respectfully decline your request. In fact, I will not be accepting any future interview requests from your news outlet. I am writing today to provide an explanation for my blanket refusal.

Posted November 11, 2015

Dear Elizabeth...

Posted November 05, 2015

Dear Raymond, Thanks for your kind letter. I appreciate your willingness to reach out to me for advice concerning recent developments in your church home.

Posted October 27, 2015

Dear students, I hope this email finds you well and recovering from our most recent examination. If you are a guy please disregard this message. Today, I am writing to the ladies in the class about a serious issue: Campus rape and how to avoid it.

Posted October 19, 2015

This year, the freshman class at many universities could have been called the fresh woman class. Among those enrolling at my university this year, the percentage of females jumped to 70. Since we dont yet have an undecided category for gender that means the percentage of males fell to 30. While many are asking why so many women are going to college it might make more sense to ask why so few men are going to college.

Posted October 07, 2015

iven your status as a newly appointed member of the Board of Trustees and self-described occasional reader of my column I am frankly stunned by the content of your letter. Nonetheless, I intend to respond at some length. My reply will not be what you had anticipated.

Posted September 29, 2015

Another reason Hawkins argument does not work is that abortion victim pictures sometimes are dispositive. I am one of those former pro-choicers persuaded solely by the images. After I saw an abortion procedure via ultrasound no further argument was necessary. The case was closed.

Posted September 25, 2015

Kristan Hawkins, the national president of Students for Life of America, recently wrote an article on the use of so-called graphic images in the anti-abortion movement. Hawkins goal in writing the article was not to make a categorical argument against using pictures of abortion victims.

Posted September 15, 2015

One afternoon in early August, I got off a plane in Gulfport, Mississippi with my friend J. Warner Jim Wallace. We were scheduled to speak at a church up in Hattiesburg with our other friend Frank Turek.

Posted September 07, 2015

Recently, after spending three months in Colorado I returned to North Carolina to a large list of errands.