On Wednesday, November 9, the University of Oregon Federalist Society Chapter invited me to debate intellectual diversity on the law school campus. Continuing with a trend, the chapter was unable to find anyone to debate me. So, once again, I debated myself. Of all campuses in the country, this school in particular could use a review of the importance of academic freedom and the First Amendment. Because I was by myself, the second half of the event focused on the election and the Supreme Court–timely material.