By Mary Theroux | Tuesday June 26, 2012 at 4:01 PM PST | 13 Comments
If there weren’t any other issues to follow, I could find something egregious about TSA to post on virtually every day. Today’s outrage: a female TSA agent laughing after she spilled a man’s grandfather’s ashes on the floor of the airport. The TSA’s own website says human remains are to be opened under, “no...
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Tags: Civil Liberties, Civil Society, Fascism, Law, Liberty, Natural Law, Peace, Personal Liberty, Terrorism, The State, Transportation, tsa
By Vicki Alger | at 10:38 AM PST | 2 Comments
This month Title IX turned 40. Part of the 1972 Education Amendments, Title IX prohibits gender discrimination in federally supported educational programs and activities. Sexual harassment and college athletics typically receive the most attention; however, Title IX covers several additional key areas, including higher education access. Today, the academic focus is shifting to the...
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Tags: Civil Liberties, Economics, Education, Employment, Free Market, higher education, Liberty, Nanny State, Personal Liberty, Politics, Regulation