Taxes, Religion, And Education: How Much Are We Willing to Pay for Choice?

In 1976, my first-grade public school teacher in Kansas led our class in the Pledge of Allegiance each morning. She followed it with a recitation of The Lord’s Prayer. (I didn’t know the words and mumbled along as best I could.) In 1983, I shared that experience with my eighth-grade social studies teacher in Wisconsin. … Read more

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Friday, July 1, 2022 Sixteen New Law School Deans Begin Their Terms Today Law.com, Next Week Will See Influx of New Law Deans Across the Country: John Anderson — Interim Dean, Mississippi CollegeFrom Faculty, Mississippi CollegeSucceeds Patricia Bennett, Dean since December 1, 2016 Lonnie Brown, Jr. — Dean, TennesseeFrom Associate Dean and Faculty, … Read more