Matt Barber, an associate dean at Liberty University School of Law and one of the Liberty Counsel's most visible voices, has intimate knowledge with gay honeymoons. He now shares his typically high-brow insight: [Matt Barber]
The Bushies can stick all the "Regent University Law School" Fundamentalist Lunatic 'Lawyers' into the Justice Department they want, but Heaven Forbid that a Black Attorney be confirmed.
Today's universities sees liberty as a flat-out obstacle -- indeed a contradiction -- to justice.
Submitted by Mike Krieger of Liberty Blitzkrieg blog, Just in case you thought for a second that the sorry discipline we call economics couldn’t stoop any further into the gutter of academic idiocy and irrelevance, think again. It’sShow More Summary
Some brilliant student at Peking University has taken the liberty to protect Beida's many statues from today's bad-even-by-Beijing-standards smog, and has lovingly provided them with masks. These images have been making the rounds on weibo, as well as the smog-season classic of a mask-clad Mao. [ more › ]
Surveillance-technology company Hacking Team denied selling its spyware to 21 countries, including those that suppress civil liberties, following a damning report published last week. Cyber sleuths at the University of Toronto' Citizen...Show More Summary
Kevin Roose, a business writer at New York magazine, made his splash with The Unlikely Disciple, the story of his “undercover semester” at Jerry Falwell’s evangelical college, Liberty University. Since then he’s rooted his way into an equally powerful and insular culture: Wall Street. Read more...
Film charity Compassion International tells THR it bought 225,000 seats in 40 cities and Jerry Falwell's Liberty University is giving thousands of tickets away. read more
In two weeks it’ll be two years since Andrew Breitbart departed this world, leaving behind a wife and four children that he desperately loved. I mourn the void he left behind, both as an irrepressible friend and the indispensable man for the challenge of our time: reinflating the sphere of liberty. Show More Summary
I previously blogged on an oral argument before Judge Richard Posner where I felt he had shown a surprising antagonism toward privacy and a civil liberties lawyer. Given my respect for Posner as a brilliant academic, I was surprised to read of his open dismissal of arguments that later prevailed in the court. Now, Posner […]
Caroline Mala Corbin (University of Miami School of Law) has recently posted two papers on SSRN discussing her thoughts on corporate religious liberties. The first apears in the American Constitution Society Issue Brieff for January 2014 and is entitled: Corporate...
No -- there is no conservative case for universal health care.
I rarely post full clips, but this one, from Liberty Counsel/Liberty University's Mat Staver and Matt Barber, is so chilling that I really think you need to hear the whole thing. It is so rife with demonization and false "facts,"...
Doug Bandow With most people focused on the coming of Christmas, the death of economist Walter Oi received little attention. Educated at the University of Chicago and appointed professor at the University of Rochester, Oi was an outstanding labor economist. Show More Summary
Mormon political pundit Glenn Beck, Hillsong pastor and anti-human trafficking activist Christine Caine and the 40th president's son and conservative columnist Michael Reagan will speak as part of Liberty University's spring convocation series.
A group of evangelical pastors and leaders plan to serve as an advisory council to the Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention as part of the organization's Leadership Network, officials announced Wednesday.
Few issues arouse as many strong emotional reactions as the possibility of permitting cell phone usage on planes. At the Law and Liberty blog, Northwestern University law professor John McGinnis has an excellent post making the case for legalization: Cell phones on airplanes frighten a lot of people and not for safety reasons. Show More Summary
Submitted by Michael Krieger of Liberty Blitzkrieg blog, Here’s an article by Daniel Drezner, a professor of international politics at Tufts University and a contributing editor to Foreign Policy. He recently spent a day at the NSA’s headquarters in Fort Meade, Maryland. Show More Summary
Polygamy Legalized: "To Put it Simply, Polygamy is Now Lawful in Utah," George Washington University Law School professor and civil liberties attorney Jonathan Turley tells The National Law Journal. Leaks Vindicated: Edward Snowden says a judge's ruling vindicates his National...
It doesn't take a lot to convince me it's hard to be gay or lesbian at Liberty University. for that matter, it's probably very hard to be a conservative Christian at, say, a progressive liberal arts school like Reed College. But being an evangelical Christian at a school in Kansas? Not hard. Show More Summary