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  • UC's PC police

    UC's PC police
    Calling affirmative action "racist" is an example of a racial "microaggression," says the University of California administration. Other examples of supposed microaggressions: "America is a melting pot," "I believe the most qualified person should get the job," "Gender plays no part in who we hire" and "America is the land of opportunity."
  • John Steinbeck's 'Of Mice and Men' survives censorship attempt in Idaho

    John Steinbeck's 'Of Mice and Men' survives censorship attempt in Idaho
    John Steinbeck's classic 1937 novella "Of Mice and Men" won't be banned from Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, classrooms after all. The city's school board voted Monday to keep the book as part of the ninth-grade school curriculum, disappointing community members...

    A return to China's isolationist past would be disastrous

    Beijing increasingly appears to be walling China off from the outside world, with potentially disastrous consequences. Take civil society. China's national legislature is considering a bill that would further restrict the operations of foreign non-...

    China tightens Web controls; commenters must register real names

    China tightens Web controls; commenters must register real names
    China’s Internet regulators on Wednesday announced wide-reaching rules requiring anybody posting comments online to register using their real name, the latest step in a continued tightening of control over freedom of expression online. The...

    Censors in China keep mainlanders in dark about Hong Kong protests

    Censors in China keep mainlanders in dark about Hong Kong protests
    Striking photos, videos and news about Hong Kong’s ongoing democracy protests and clashes with police have exploded across TV, radio, newspapers worldwide in recent days, to say nothing of Twitter, Facebook and other social media sites. But thanks...