Last month, Evergreen State College in Washington went crazy— when a professor of evolutionary biology named Brett Weinstein objected to a Day of Absence— when white students and faculty were asked to voluntarily leave campus. Weinstein branded it a form of racial segregation. A group of student protesters called him a racist. The confrontation incited…Read More Campus Argument Goes Viral As Evergreen State Is Caught In Racial Turmoil (HBO)
On February 8th, Alabama’s Chief Justice Roy Moore issued a last-minute order to Alabama probate judges to deny same sex marriage licenses. This directly conflicted with a federal court decision on January 23rd, which legalized gay marriage in the state of Alabama. So, what happens now? Are states able to defy federal law? First off,…Read More Can States Ignore Federal Law?
now after a week or so of calm a historic vote that boosted the protesters cause protesters and police has clashed yet again in Hong Kong thousands of pro-democracy activists took to the streets on Sunday for the first time since scoring a major victory in a recent election even drew reports Hong Kong’s pro-democracy…Read More Hong Kong protesters take to steets again after brief quiet