The NCAA announced guidelines this week to allow college athletes to profit from use of their name, image and likeness, opening the gate for amateurs to cash in on sports through endorsements while still in school. Is this just a booster bonanza that puts some legal juice in a recruiting pitch?
Bill Whittle can’t understand the Constitutional problem with asking a citizenship question on the decennial census, since the entire purpose of the census is to determine Congressional apportionment, and only citizens can vote…so far. Progressives and Democrats say that legal immigrants will avoid answering the census if it might jeopardize the ability of their illegal friends and family to stay in the United States.
William Montanez maybe an unlikely hero for civil libertarians, but the Florida man — arrested on drug and weapons charges — did 44 days in jail for refusing to unlock his phone for police. Would you endure that to guard your liberties, or perhaps just racy pics of your partner? Should the law prevent police from cracking phones to solve crimes?
New interstate migration survey from the U.S. Census Bureau says high taxes and regulation bleed Blue states, pump up Red. Americans flee high rates of both to live where they can keep more of their own money and be left alone. The migration changes the electoral map. More empirical proof that Conservative principles work…if fleeing Democrats will change their old voting habits.
A man had a tattoo that presented an ethical dilemma for a Florida hospital’s medical staff.