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Ten years ago, PBS presented a four-part series on the nation’s highest court. Produced by WNET in New York, The Supreme Court premiered on January 31, 2007 and was repeated on UNC-TV a handful of times over the next few years. 71 more words


A clarification of my opinions on schooling and education

In my recent writings, I have noticed an apparent paradox that might confuse the recurring reader: On the one hand, I speak negatively about schooling; on the other, negatively about people with a weak(-ish) educational background. 1,108 more words

Book Review: Impossible Subjects

Impossible Subjects: Illegal Aliens and the Making of Modern America. By Mae Ngai. (Princeton and Oxford: Princeton University Press, 2004. 377 pp.)

Citizenship and legal entry into the United States are topics that are widely discussed but rarely understood. 914 more words


Vlogmas 2017

Hello readers!

I wanted to post an update and let you know that I have been uploading daily vlogs on YouTube this December! I have been participating in Vlogmas, which is where you vlog every day until Christmas. 38 more words


To Bake Or Not To Bake | Freedom of Association

There is currently a case in the Supreme Court of The United States that will set an important precedent on ones ability to choose who they do business with. 87 more words


New Supreme Court Ruling A Boon To Trump’s Bid To Defend DACA Cancellation

ㅤ”A closely divided Supreme Court allowed President Donald Trump to shield documents relating to the cancellation of DACA, an Obama-era amnesty initiative that extended temporary legal status to foreign nationals who illegally entered the country as children.” 24 more words


Supreme Court Allows Trump "Travel Ban" to Take Effect

Dec 5, 2017 by  Warren Mass

The Supreme Court on December 4 granted a stay of the October rulings by two lower courts that had blocked the Trump administration from enforcing its suspension on travel from six majority-Muslim countries. 1,223 more words