Perhaps law professors should confine themselves to explaining the law to their students and showing how it works based upon the best evidence available. “The American legal professoriate has tirelessly pursued an expose’ of American…
Topic: rule of law
American Academia’s War on Due Process
We are still, for the most part, a nation of laws, except on college campuses. At the Heritage Foundation recently, Samantha Harris, director of policy research at the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE),…
Safe Campus Act Introduced to Preserve Due Process at Colleges
Instead of letting colleges get away with making arbitrary decisions in sexual assault-related cases, without respecting due process, the House has introduced a bill to protect due process.
College ‘Sex Tribunals’ Circumvent America’s Right to Due Process
At least four college disciplinary decisions regarding sexual assault were overturned by judges, ruling that due process was violated.
List of Lawsuits against Colleges for Denying Due Process Related to Sexual Assault
It’s a long list, but it illustrates how there are two sides to every story.
The Courts’ Redefining Marriage Movement
At the Family Research Council in Washington, D.C., William Duncan, the executive director of Marriage and Family Law Research Grant at BYU, tracked marriage language over the past fifty years in several U.S. Supreme Court…
The Hegemonic Presidency of Obama
In a week of news coverage dominated by the Bergdahl affair, President Obama submitted, “I’m never surprised by controversies that are whipped up in Washington,” before forwarding his administration’s latest rationale as to why he…