By: Francis Carlota I have a question. First, I’ll give stats of a former NFL quarterback. Then you tell me if you think he’s good enough to be a current NFL quarterback. Keep in mind he is just 31 years old, only two seasons removed from playing professional football, has no criminal history of domestic … Continue reading Kaepernick Ousted from NFL For Exercising Free Speech
By: Robert Bryson Corporate personhood is the legal notion that a corporation is a distinct entity that exists separately from the human being associated with it (like owners, managers, and employees). Corporations got their first breath of life in the Justinian Digest (the latest iteration of the Roman Code). Pope Innocent IV (pontificate from 1243-54) … Continue reading Corporate Personhood: Can a corporation really hold religious views? How did we get here?
By: Ridgeway Woulfe Since before his electoral college victory, President Trump has emphasized his intention to restructure libel laws to remove the protections currently in place. He has called the current state of the laws a “sham” and says his solution is that “when somebody says something that is false and defamatory … Continue reading Where’s the Beef? How Current Defamation Laws are Already What Donald Trump says He Wants