From 1965, Barry McGuire.
From McSweeney's. Samples:
The Philosophy department is now hiring an assistant professor who can tolerate the toxic environment of our department. Special consideration given to candidates who will take Dr. Warren’s side in her 30-year-old dispute with Dr. Wyatt, that Foucauldian asshole. . . .
The Department of Political Science and Public Policy invites applications for a full-time tenure-track position. Preference given to candidates who can publish enough to get tenure but not so much that they will outshine their mediocre senior colleagues.
Stanley Kurtz has some good suggestions.
And something that I think is very worthwhile to pursue: "Ivanka Trump: College isn’t the only job path; 'Find something new'".
"A warning from Walker Percy: well-intentioned but ill-considered solutions will do more harm than good."
I had forgotten some of the scares that turned out not to be scary. This piece helped refresh my memory.
It seem obvious to me that Tesla isn't Amazon, but for those who need an argument, see this.
Economist Glenn Loury has makes some important comments about our current bitter dispute.
Congress really ought to leave its darn hands off of Amazon.
The noted historian argues that today is not like the 1930s or 1960s. It's like . . . the 1500s. (Entertaining 5 minute video.)