A student who circulated a petition to take the name of U. S. Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas off of one of the campus buildings at the Savannah College of Art and Design made great progress and got a couple of thousand signatures but a petition to keep the the justice’s name on the building got many more. “The petition against Thomas, as of Wednesday, had garnered more than 2,400 signatures over the course of three weeks, while the petition in support of Thomas had gained more than 20,400 signatures in just six days,” Kenneth Nelson reported on the Campus Reform website maintained by the Leadership Institute.
Book Review: Is ‘The Dying Citizen’ a Prediction of America’s Future?
America’s ongoing and seemingly-constant crises have left Americans scrambling to find a sense of normalcy and safety. Just in time, to cut through the chaotic bombardment of conflicting messages and opinions while providing a voice…