Pope Center Paper Urges Lifting Restrictions on Legal Education in the State
The president of Belmont Abbey College outside Charlotte starts a movement to bring sportsmanship back to competitive athletics.
Sometimes the most important questions are the ones never asked.
A performance of the Sex Workers Art Show at Duke University raised vulgarity to a new low.
University endowments’ tax-free status should not be used just to build up wealth.
Should colleges be required to pay out a percentage of their endowments?
The UNC Tomorrow Commision’s final report lacks focus.
Trustees were nearly eliminated from the appeals process for fired professors.
Assume that a popularly-elected government enacts a law. The law has the backing of an overwhelming majority of the people. Yet government officials decide they don’t like the law and choose to ignore it.
The above describes a clear violation of the single most important foundation of a free society: rule of law. It also describes the actions of many decision makers in our federal and state governments regarding illegal immigration. Federal law clearly states that foreign citizens of any age who enter our country outside of legal channels are to be deported. And yet the powers-that-be find endless logic-defying means to cloud the issue, against the law and the will of the people.
The issue rose to the forefront recently in North Carolina because the community college system decided that illegal aliens should be officially admitted as students, pending a legislative review.