Giving government incentives to bring in or increase jobs may seem good on the surface, but an economist with the Sandlian Center for Entrepreneurial Government at the Kansas Policy Institute expresses doubt about its overall effectiveness in growing the economy.
The great culture wars on the campuses of the 1980s were largely lost by traditionalists. And the question then became not if but when the liberal arts would die off as a result. What is strange nearly 40 years later is that the apparent outrage over what was clearly foreordained is now becoming fact. What did academia expect, given its years of academic specialization and politicized indoctrination?