Ever since its inception and eventual passage in 2010, Obamacare has been at the center of many lawsuits and counter-lawsuits over its many provisions and regulations. This past week, the U.S. Supreme Court upheld its…
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled this week that religious schools have the right to hire and fire teachers based on the doctrine of ministerial exception. Ministerial exception is a legal doctrine that dictates anti-discrimination laws…
George Mason University students and activists clamored at a townhall meeting for the university to fire Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh as a visiting law professor over unproven sexual assault allegations.
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.
Now here’s a debate you’re not likely to hear on campus.
A pro-abortion student group at the University of Oregon held an anti-Kavanaugh rally to reiterate that Americans should not ever let the confirmation happen again (in other words, the confirmation of an originalist judge to the Supreme Court).
Louisiana State University law professor Ken Levy suggested that Democratic politicians should sue Republican Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell over the Senate judicial confirmations process to hold them accountable for stalling Obama’s nominee in 2016.
With the U. S. Supreme Court ready to pass judgement on how demanding teacher’s unions can be, the National Education Association (NEA) is already girding for the worst news they could get.
Teacher’s unions are hell bent on keeping the agency fees they collect from government workers whether they want to join the unions or not.
People without college degrees, or even high school diplomas, appear to understand property rights. Why can’t law school professors? Evidence of the former can be found trend can be found in the number of signs…