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Paul Krugman: Left Coast Rising

Beware of "anti-government propaganda": Left Coast Rising, by Paul Krugman, Commentary, NY Times: The states, Justice Brandeis famously pointed out, are the laboratories of democracy. And it’s still true. For example, one reason we knew or should have known that...

Brandeis Professors Manifest Rampant Anti-Americanism and Anti-Semitism

Paul Miller, writing for Algemeiner.com, reveals that Brandeis University has professors on its staff who are overtly anti-American and anti-Semitic. Examining writings gleaned from a faculty listserv and reported by Daniel Mael, a student...Show More Summary

Kagame does Brandeis

(Scott Johnson) When Brandeis University withdrew its invitation to honor Ayaan Hirsi Ali, I spoke with a knowledgeable source on campus who told me that Rwandan President Paul Kagame was scheduled to visit campus on April 23. I reported...Show More Summary

Brandeis’s “repressive tolerance”

(Paul Mirengoff) Like me, Michael Leeden finds that “if there’s anything really new about Brandeis’ disinvitation to Ayaan Hirsi Ali, it’s that they invited her at all.” While many seem surprised that Brandeis, founded by Jews in the...Show More Summary

What did Brandeis know and when did it know it?

(Paul Mirengoff) When I visited Brandeis in 2005 with my daughter (then a high school junior), the admissions office bragged about the University’s activist tradition, including the fact that its alums include Angela Davis and Abbie Hoffman. Show More Summary

Brandeis reverses itself on honorary degree to Ayaan Hirsi Ali

(Paul Mirengoff) Ayaan Hirsi Ali is a Power Line hero for reasons that will become clear below. Brandeis University was set to give her an honorary degree at this year’s commencement exercises. But bowing to pressure from Muslim students, outside advocacy groups, and a portion of its faculty, Brandeis has backed down. Show More Summary

Paul Brandeis Raushenbush: Owning What You Think: Why It's Great That HuffPost Is Getting Rid Of Anonymous Comments

Religion will be positively affected by the Internet to the degree that we own what we think and approach one another via the web with all the same integrity we maintain in our interactions offline.

Paul Brandeis Raushenbush: 50 Years Later: Whither The Moral Arc Of The Universe?

The anniversary of the March on Washington comes at a time when it is hard to feel that the universe is continuing to bend towards justice -- especially for African Americans.

Paul Brandeis Raushenbush: 50 Years Later: Whither The Moral Arc Of The Universe?

The anniversary of the March on Washington comes at a time when it is hard to feel that the universe is continuing to bend towards justice -- especially for African Americans.

Paul Brandeis Raushenbush: 50 Years Later: Whither The Moral Arc Of The Universe?

The anniversary of the March on Washington comes at a time when it is hard to feel that the universe is continuing to bend towards justice -- especially for African Americans.

Paul Brandeis Raushenbush: 50 Years Later: Whither The Moral Arc Of The Universe?

The anniversary of the March on Washington comes at a time when it is hard to feel that the universe is continuing to bend towards justice -- especially for African Americans.

Paul Brandeis Raushenbush: Don't Mess With Joan Brown Campbell!

What an honor to be up here for this roast of Joan Brown Campbell. Look at her everyone - such pretty eyes, such a nice smile - she just looks so sweet. Well, don't be fooled.

Paul Brandeis Raushenbush: How Christianity Became Cool Again

If more Christians can speak out the way Pope Francis and Archbishop Tutu have this week and so many have been in recent memory -- it will change the way people view Jesus and the faith that he inspires in so many of us.

Paul Brandeis Raushenbush: America's Unfortunate Interfaith Couple

Weiner and Abedin are perhaps the highest profile interfaith couple in America and the troubles in their relationship have the potential to be used as another case in point of those issuing dire warnings about interfaith marriages.

Paul Brandeis Raushenbush: I Do Gay Marriage

Nobody ever can or should be mandated to perform a religious act -- including officiating at a wedding. Want proof? Ask most Rabbis about doing an interfaith marriage. So, these conservatives who have planned to defy SCOTUS on DOMA are within their theological right (and rites) to refuse. Show More Summary

Paul Brandeis Raushenbush: The Role Of Faith In Family Planning

"My primary concern is to save lives. God has give us knowledge and technology to improve our lives through science. Are we going to throw condoms out? We are resistant to science in questions of sexuality, but when you you have a heart attack you go to the operation room - you are willing to accept science then."

Paul Brandeis Raushenbush: Talking With Anne Heche About God, Love And 'Save Me'

I sat down to talk with Anne Heche about her new comedy, Save Me -- what looks to be a very funny, brave and timely series that puts God on primetime in a way that we have never seen him/her before.

Paul Brandeis Raushenbush: Talking With Anne Heche About God, Love And 'Save Me'

I sat down to talk with Anne Heche about her new comedy, Save Me -- what looks to be a very funny, brave and timely series that puts God on primetime in a way that we have never seen him/her before.

Paul Brandeis Raushenbush: Why Everyone Should Oppose Ten Commandments In Public Schools – Especially Religious People

Every religious person should object to having the Ten Commandments in schools because you are allowing other people -- people over whom you have no control -- the responsibility of interpreting said commandments.

Paul Brandeis Raushenbush: Face To Faith: Three Crucial Testimonies Of Friendship Across Religious Divides

Recently the Tony Blair Foundation ran an essay contest in which the young people were asked to write about their "Friend of a different faith or belief," what resulted were extraordinary essays from around the world.

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