Jonathan Adler accounts what happened to Ohio State law student Madison Gesiotto after she penned an op-ed on Black Lives Matter protests.

James Wright, former editor of Social Science Research (SSR), recounts reactions to two papers that SSR published, one showing that Christian fundamentalists did more poorly on verbal ability tests, and another showing that children of same-sex couples fave penalties later in life. (h/t Phi Beta Cons)

Finally, John McGinnis points out that partisanship in society at large can erode a democratic society, which means it is a pressing concern for universities to be concerned with political diversity.