This week’s (July 5) show topics included:
District Court’s injunction from coordinating with social media companies; why did States have standing in this case but not in the election cases when courts said they did not have standing? SCOTUS decision on affirmative action; will legacy admissions be affected? Will universities train applicants how to circumvent the ruling by claiming adversity? The ruling about compelled speech—is it only if one has a religious argument or will any rational argument suffice? The uprising in France; what are the repercussions when a State Attorney General says he will not comply with the SCOTUS decision on compelled speech? Should States be able to bar Chinese purchase of land in their States? Is this part of the government’s responsibility to protect their citizens from an objective threat?
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