This is not an academic issue. Recent events have demonstrated that the free exercise of religion is as threatened today as it was in 1791 when the First Amendment was ratified. Numerous state governors have targeted the free exercise of religion in their multifaceted assaults on personal liberty in the name of public safety. Last week, the Supreme Court put a stop to one of them. … [Read more...] about Judge Andrew P. Napolitano: Why religion is first freedom protected by the First Amendment
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“On Feb. 28, 2017, the school principal called me in and told me I needed to go to a government office, a Party office, for a meeting,” Sidik told RFA. “What they told us was that there was a school for illiterate people, and we would be teaching Chinese there starting March 1, 2017. They said that it was going to be secret, and that we should not tell anyone about what we saw and heard in the place where we were going to be working.” … [Read more...] about Former Uighur Detention Camp Teacher Describes Interrogations, Screaming, Imprisonments
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“We had two simple messages, really,” Wright said. “One was, ‘Play for five,’ which is D’Shawn. We don’t know if it’s a real positive or not, so we’re waiting to find out. The other one was, ‘Don’t take it for granted,’ because we don’t know when the season will end. We don’t know how many games we’re really going to get. We just have to play every game like it’s our last one. Especially for our seniors, and this being our last year. Don’t take anything for granted.” … [Read more...] about Shorthanded CU Buffs men’s basketball pulls away from South Dakota in season opener
It’s still mathematically on the table, isn’t it? The next two regular-season games, if played — and that’s a massive “if,” as we learned last week — are winnable: at Arizona (0-3, No. 77 Massey composite college football ranking) this Saturday, versus Utah (0-2, No. 99) on Friday, Dec. 11. … [Read more...] about Best of the West College Football Top 25: Why can’t the CU Buffs win the Pac-12?