Yale Newspaper Issues Editor’s Note on Pro-Israel Article for ‘Unsubstantiated Claims’ About Hamas Rapes
Megyn is joined by Andrew Klavan, author of The House of Love and Death, to discuss the anti-Jewish sentiment happening at top universities in the United States, the Yale student newspaper issuing an editor’s note on a pro-Israel article that refuses to acknowledge the beheadings and rapes at the hands of Hamas terrorists in Israel, …
Megyn is joined by the hosts of The Fifth Column – Kmele Foster, Michael Moynihan, and Matt Welch – to talk about the horrifying video of Jewish students sheltering in the Cooper Union college library in New York City library as anti-Israel protesters banged on the locked doors, the need for Jews and gentiles alike …
Ron DeSantis Is Directing State Universities to Disband Pro-Hamas Student Groups – Is It a Good Call?
Megyn is joined by The Federalist contributor Evita Duffy-Alfonso and Will Witt, author of Do Not Comply, to discuss Gov. Ron DeSantis’ new directive to state universities in Florida to disband pro-Hamas student groups, if this is an overreach on DeSantis’ part, the value of freedom of speech, and more.
Megyn is joined by Rich Lowry and Charles C.W. Cooke of National Review to discuss whiny Harvard students responding to anti-Israel backlash by playing the victim and claiming “privilege,” the antisemitism still being seen at Harvard and on other college campuses, and more.
Megyn is joined by journalists and political commentators David Marcus and Noah Pollak to discuss how students and professors at top universities in the U.S. are “crying bully” in the wake of backlash to anti-Israel and antisemitic protests, whether these Ivy League schools really care about free speech, and more.
Why Harvard Suddenly Seems to Care About Free Speech in the Wake of Hamas Terror Attacks Against Israel
Megyn is joined by Emily Jashinsky, culture editor for The Federalist, and Eliana Johnson, co-host of Ink-Stained Wretches, to discuss the latest statement from the president of Harvard after the anti-Israel letter signed by her students, how Harvard suddenly cares about free speech in the wake of the terrorist attack in Israel, why it only …
Megyn is joined by Ayaan Hirsi Ali, founder of the Ayaan Hirsi Ali Foundation, to talk about what’s happening now at Stanford University and on other college campuses, how narratives take hold in corporate America and at universities, what diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) initiatives and identity politics inevitably lead to, and more.
Megyn is joined by the hosts of Ruthless – Comfortably Smug, Michael Duncan, and John Ashbrook – to talk about university professors praising Hamas and other terrorism actions against Jews, why these same leftists are hoping for the destruction of America, journalists questioning and fact-checking the reports about babies being murdered in Israel, and more.
Police Reportedly Thwart Potential Shooting at Hebrew School in Memphis – But the Media Isn’t Talking About It
Megyn is joined by Dana Loesch, host of the nationally syndicated radio program The Dana Show, to discuss the thwarted school shooting in Memphis, TN, how the protective measures at the school worked, why the media refuses to cover the story, and more.
How the Left Discriminates Against Asian Americans by Supporting Affirmative Action Policies in Higher Education
Megyn is joined by Kenny Xu, author of School of Woke, to discuss his affirmative action victory before the Supreme Court, the cultural tendency for Asian Americans to prioritize academic success, why merit should be the key admissions and decision factor for elite universities and institutions, how Asians are discriminated against by the left, and …
The Media and Kamala Harris Are Completely Misrepresenting Florida’s Black History and Slavery Curriculum
Megyn is joined by Emily Jashinsky, culture editor for The Federalist, and Eliana Johnson, co-host of Ink Stained Wretches, to discuss the reality of the new Florida Black history and slavery curriculum that is getting backlash from the left, Vice President Kamala Harris’ false claims about slavery being portrayed as a positive thing, white liberals …
Megyn is joined by Heather Mac Donald, author of When Race Trumps Merit, to discuss Justice Clarence Thomas’ concurring opinion in the Supreme Court’s decision to against race-based college admissions, smears against Justice Thomas, how we are penalizing academic success, and more.