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#Illinois Students No Longer Required to Give School Officials Their #SocialMedia #Passwords. #HigherEd #Law

Well, that did not take long an invasive law. In late 2014 Illinois enacted a law that required a student to provide their social media account passwords to school officials if the school officials had reasonable cause to believe that the social network account contained evidence that the student had violated a school disciplinary rule or policy. 157 more words

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(08/27/2015) The Need For Divine Rule?

Today, Scripture points are shared on the eternal sovereignty of GOD over Creation.  The rod of iron wielded by divinity will be sacred law (the expressed will of GOD), that does not bend or alter under pressure.  1,369 more words


The Majority Opinions of Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr.

What follows is a list of Holmes’s majority opinions on the U.S. Supreme Court, chronologically by year but not by date of authorship; in other words, I have not made an effort to determine whether certain cases should precede other cases on the ground that they were written earlier in the year, e.g., in April rather than December. 7,237 more words


Dismaland By Banksy| What Does It All Mean?

Banksy has become a symbol of millennial grace in modern art. A British born graffiti artist, little is known about the artist in general apart from his array of thought provoking art work highlighting social issues in often satirical manners. 1,113 more words