Tag: Illiberalism

Have the Founders of the University of Austin Been in a Classroom Lately?

To those of us who work at colleges and universities, it’s clear that much of what’s meant to distinguish UATX is instead commonplace. To those of us who work at colleges and universities, it’s clear that much of what’s meant to distinguish UATX is instead commonplace. Internships, externships, and out-of-classroom “immersive learning experiences” are already […]

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The Reconciliation Bill Is About Saving Democracy

Jayapal should stand her ground. However, she also has to recognize that unfortunately, it’s a sad fact that Manchin and Sinema have more leverage than she and the progressives do, because each of them can singlehandedly kill the bill. But she rose to the occasion. She has greatly enhanced her status and reputation, and I […]

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The Trump Lawyer Plotting the Next American Coup

At the end, [Pence] announces that because of the ongoing disputes in the 7 States, there are no electors that can be deemed validly appointed in those States. That means the total number of “electors appointed”—the language of the 12th Amendment—is 454. This reading of the 12th Amendment has also been advanced by Harvard Law […]

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