David Horowitz, advocate of the “academic bill of rights” is profiled by Chronicle of Higher Education. Horowitz’s bill “calls on public universities to expose students to a greater diversity of views in curricula, reading lists, and campus speakers. The document, which Mr. Horowitz wrote to stop what he sees as the rampant abuse of conservative students by liberal professors, also prohibits the grading of students and the hiring or firing of professors based on their political or religious beliefs.”
University officials say such rules already exist. Horowitz says the rules aren’t enforced. It’s hard to see how the “academic bill of rights” could be enforced either.