A liberal professor from New York City-based The New School told her fellow MSNBC panelists that the Trump impeachment trial made the Constitution a victim.
Court case asks whether education is a fundamental constitutional right
Activists hope that a court case could make it to the Supreme Court, one that could enshrine education as a constitutional right. However, legal precedents could derail those hopes.
The Framers Believed Property is an Essential Human Right
The Framers of the United States of America believed property rights is an essential human right, which was what a scholar at the Heritage Foundation noted this past week.
Loving Limits Is Constitutional
It’s always refreshing to run across an essay by an academic historian who actually has something to say. It’s also exceedingly rare. “More than 240 years removed from the Declaration of Independence, many Americans on…
Knight Institute Silent on First Amendment after Protests Shut Down Speaker
The Knight Institute, an alleged pro-First Amendment group, is not speaking out during efforts to apparently silence Columbia University’s College Republicans. Knight Institute is located at Columbia University.
Professor: U.S. Constitution ‘was Designed to Entrench Slavery’
According to a college professor, the U.S. Constitution entrenches ‘slavery and white supremacy forevermore”.
Textbook Gets Bill of Rights, Right
In a bit of shocking news, a Virginia textbook got the Bill of Rights, right.
Student Sues Community College for Stopping Him from Passing out Spanish Language Constitutions
Per The College Fix, a college student is suing the Los Angeles-area Pierce College for preventing him from passing out Spanish-language copies of the U.S. Constitution a week before the general election: Los Angeles Pierce…
Professor Takes Stance that State Government can Decide Property Rights of Private Owners
If there is an indefensible position on property rights, count on an academic to take it. On March 20 the Supreme Court began to hear oral arguments in Murr v. Wisconsin, a property rights case…
Scholar: America’s Constitution isn’t about “Inventing New Rights”
Don’t expect the Senate hearings on prospective Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch to get into the question of natural law, not because it isn’t worth it but because it is. Really relevant questions are anathema…