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Topic: U.S. Constitution
Professors silent over potential Biden presidency, use of 25th Amendment
Without a shred of irony, liberal professors, college administrators, and the liberal media have avoided the nagging question of the 2020 presidential election: Could Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden be replaced by his vice president…
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.
Kellogg Community College Settles With YAL
College and university administrators may want to think twice about deterring students from passing out copies of the U. S. Constitution: They may not find it unconstitutional, but it can get expensive.
Skyline College Reverses Policy, Allows Constitution
You would have thought they were handing out Confederate flags.
U. S. Constitution At Risk in Bunker Hill.
A Navy veteran might find he ran into less red tape defending his country in the service than he will passing out copies of the U. S. Constitution at Bunker Hill Community College.
Louisiana Governor Vetoed Campus Free Speech Bill, Called It ‘Overly Burdensome’
Louisiana’s governor, John Bel Edwards, said that signing a free speech bill for college campuses would be “overly burdensome.”
University of Maryland Students want Hate Speech Classified as ‘Cult Activity’
Hate speech is protected by the First Amendment of the Constitution, yet University of Maryland students want it classified as ‘cult activity.’
Textbook Gets Bill of Rights, Right
In a bit of shocking news, a Virginia textbook got the Bill of Rights, right.
The craze around the hit Broadway musical ‘Hamilton’ aside, too many people are reading the Constitution as if they were Alexander Hamilton, said a college professor.