Wait, when did we decide to arbitrarily enforce the Constitution and Bill of Rights? Photo by aschweigert
Topic: U.S. Constitution
The New York Times ran a Notre Dame professor’s op-ed on gun laws relating to racism: A professor of philosophy at the University of Notre Dame published an op-ed in The New York Times linking…
Free speech zones strike again at our constitutional rights.
It’s a valid question and a good take from an AFA Journal piece.
Campus Reform noted: A shocking 40 percent of Millennials surveyed by Pew reported that they favor government restrictions on offensive iterations, compared to just 27 percent of Gen Xers, 24 percent of Boomers, and 12…
Check out our last Author’s Night for 2015 with Dr. William B. Allen.
As Campus Reform reported, the Texas Attorney General is being asked about the legality of restrictions on college campuses: Republican State Sen. Brian Birdwell sought the interpretation of Attorney General Ken Paxton,WOAI reports, in a…
Thought this was a joke, but it isn’t.
Project Veritas always finds a way to expose the truth about liberals.
The results are not encouraging, but this is because only 18% of colleges require students to take a course in the U.S. Constitution.