Here’s the key problem with women’s studies: They ignore the women most worthy of study. Into this category falls the dear—and she was—departed author and activist Phyllis Schlafly. She crammed more achievements into one lifetime…
Should you really “write what you know” as the age-old saying goes? Sure, if you studied law and a little bit of Latin. But who benefits from that? Cui Bono? Journalists covering the Supreme Court of the…
Accuracy in Media’s Amanda Florian interviews several people from both sides of the political spectrum, asking them how they felt after hearing about the Supreme Court decision concerning a 2013 Texas abortion law.
George Washington University law professor John Banzhaf worried that this affirmative action ruling will lead to the profiling of Muslim students, after the Supreme Court ruled the University of Texas’s race-based admissions rules were constitutional.
It appears that the highest court in the land ruled in favor for quotas for everyone that isn’t non-white.
The eloquent Justice Clarence Thomas recently warned the class of 2016 in a commencement address at Hillsdale College that since “the rising tide of social justice demands run afoul of this nation’s founding principles,” this…
Wow. Not a single one dissented (one abstention) in a vote over the renaming of the law school after the passing of SCOTUS Justice Antonin Scalia.
Since the Supreme Court decision on marriage, the government has put many religious universities on the “shame list” if they seek waivers that allow them to teach traditional values of marriage and sexuality without being stripped of grants or funding.
At the conservative institution Hillsdale College, Supreme Court justice Clarence Thomas warned about the dangers of social justice. Instead, he pushed for principled living, which leads to freedom and justice.
Specifically, faculty members say it’s an affront to the LGBT community to honor the late Supreme Court justice. Photo by SteveMasker Photo by SteveMasker