Mike Adams Wins His Day in Court
After over six years of litigation, Mike Adams has won the right to present his retaliation case to a jury of his peers.
Are Conservative/Pro-Life Professors A Threat to Higher Education?
Katherine Kersten has written a provocative essay about the intense bias against hiring conservative and pro-life professors as college and university professors.
Adams on Adams: The First Amendment Returns to Campus
Back in March of 2010, a federal district court judge in North Carolina ruled that Professor Mike Adams' columns at Townhall.com were not protected by the First Amendment.
Victory for Academic Freedom: 4th Circuit Says Professor’s Speeches, Columns Protected by First Amendment
A University of North Carolina–Wilmington professor’s speeches and columns are fully protected by the First Amendment, according to a published decision handed down Wednesday by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 4th Circuit.
Adams, Academia, and Accountability
Dr. Donald Downs highlights the importance of Dr. Mike Adams’ lawsuit against the University of North Carolina-Wilmington.
Adams Appeals & Wins Some Friends
Back in March, a federal district court in North Carolina ruled that Dr. Mike Adams’ nationally syndicated columns were not protected by the First Amendment.
The Fox is Guarding the Henhouse: Faculty Members Look to Universities to Protect Academic Freedom
Today, Peter Schmidt has an excellent article at the Chronicle of Higher Education on the efforts of various professors to shore up academic freedom at their respective universities.