In the latest CSPI Podcast, John Mueller joins Richard Hanania. Mueller is a Professor of Political Science at The Ohio State University and a Research…
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Philippe Lemoine on his War on Science blog has a new post on the B.1.1.7 variant of SARS-CoV-2 and the shoddy science used to justify new lockdowns in…
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In the latest CSPI podcast, Eric Kaufmann joins Richard Hanania to continue the discussion of his report on academic freedom. Eric discusses recent ref…
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Our latest podcast is up, where Richard Hanania is joined by Philippe Leomine to discuss COVID-19, the differences in performance between East Asia and…
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Philippe Lemoine has written an op-ed in the WSJ on why lockdowns are not worth the cost. See the full version of the report here. And in case you miss…
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CSPI is glad to introduce our newest research fellow, Philippe Lemoine. Read about Philippe here, and check out his blog, War on Science. His first pos…
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We are excited to announce the release of our second CSPI report, “Academic Freedom in Crisis: Punishment, Political Discrimination, and Self-Censorshi…
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Eric Kaufmann has today published an op-ed in The New York Times on minorities shifting away from the Democratic Party. It’s featured on the CSPI websi…
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CSPI is pleased to announce that we have awarded our first research grant, to Sierra Davis of Stanford University and Jack Thompson of Nottingham Trent…
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Today’s podcast is a rerelease of Richard Hanania’s conversation with Razib Khan from the Unsupervised Learning podcast in the immediate aftermath of t…
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CSPI has just released its second podcast. Our guest is Zach Goldberg, a PhD candidate at Georgia State University and research fellow at CSPI. He is g…
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Happy Saturday every one. As we said before, donors will have access to webinars and early content. Last night, Richard Hanania and George Hawley had o…
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