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Mar 27 2023
A Bloomberg Law columnist is upset that students at Yale Law School didn’t protest the First Amendment and shout down an invited speaker, James Ho, a Trump-appointed judge who sits on the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.
On March 15, Ho spoke at Yale Law School, and according to Vivia Chen’s opinion essay, his commentary went uninterrupted by angry student protesters.
FollowingThe Daily Signal
Jan 18 2023
WILMINGTON (The Borowitz Report)—Lawyers scouring President Biden’s garage in Wilmington, Delaware, have been unable to find any plans to overthrow the United States government through a violent insurrection, the lawyers have reported. In addition, the lawyers said, a thorough search had not turned up any instructions to subvert election results by spreading baseless claims about voter fraudThe New Yorker
Feb 20 2023
Auburn University student who vanished in 1976 found in car at the bottom of a creek, investigators confirm
More than a year after finding skeletal remains in a creek, Georgia authorities positively identified them as belonging to a long-missing college student. Kyle Wade Clinkscales was 22 when he was last seen on the night of Jan. 27, 1976, leaving the Moose Club in LaGrange, Georgia. Authorities believe he was heading toward Auburn University, where he was a student. He never arrived, sparking aLaw & Crime
Feb 20 2023
I took a 1-3 smacking Saturday in college hoops so I’ve decided to dial it back Monday. Just kidding. It’s cause I only like one game: No. 5 Kansas Jayhawks (22-5) at No. 22 TCU Horned Frogs (17-8). TCU boat-raced Kansas 83-60 as 7-point road underdogs in Lawrence on Jan. 21. The Horned Frogs out-performed the Jayhawks in all “four factors” and won each half by double digits. Kansas are 6-1OutKick
Jan 27 2023
He’s getting smeared for it, but Ron DeSantis is creating the conditions for an important conservative victory in the education wars nationwide.
By warning the College Board, which oversees the Advanced Placement curriculum, that its African-American Studies program violates Florida’s Stop WOKE Act, he has forced the organization to say that it will undertake a series of hasty revisionsNational Review (News)
Jan 14 2023
On December 23, while many of us were doing last-minute holiday shopping, Congress passed a big $1.7 trillion spending package, keeping the government funded through September 30, which marks the end of this fiscal year. You’ve likely heard of some of the bill’s more newsworthy provisions, such as a change to the Electoral Count Act to prevent an attempt like Donald Trump’s in 2021 to overturnVox
Feb 14 2023
The college students killed in a shooting on Michigan State University’s campus Monday night included a “tremendous” leader and athlete, a “great friend” who was “loved by everyone” and a “straight-A student” who wanted to become a doctor, those who knew them said. Three students were killed and five were wounded after a gunman opened fire. Police identified the slain students as AlexandriaNBC News (Online)
Nov 09 2022
Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp has secured another term, fending off Democrat Stacey Abrams in the duo’s second match-up, NBC News projected.
Kemp had consistently led Abrams, a strategist and former state House minority leader, in polls by a margin of more than 5 percentage points throughout the campaign. Unlike their last election, where Abrams lost by 1.4 percentage points, Kemp had aCNBC
Feb 14 2023
When Microsoft President Brad Smith announced in February 2021 that the tech giant had purchased a 90-acre plot of land in Atlanta’s westside, he laid out a bold vision: The company, he said, would invest in the community and put it “on the path toward becoming one of Microsoft’s largest hubs” in the United States. The announcement, which was met with enthusiastic coverage in local media,CNN (Online News)
Jan 16 2023
In December 2020, as former President Donald Trump was spreading baseless theories that the election was stolen from him, Trump’s chief of staff Mark Meadows received a text from a Louisianan who has been making allegations about election fraud for almost three decades. It was former Louisiana state Rep. Woody Jenkins, a Baton Rouge Republican and publisher of small newspapers in the capitalThe Times-Picayune