Tuesday, March 07, 2006

After the Supreme Court's unanimous decision in the case regarding military recruitment on law school campuses, Bill Murchison asks a question that a lot of people are wondering about. How could 36 of the top law schools in the country be so misguided on what the Constitution says? How could they think that letting some military recruiters join all the other professional recruiters on campus was limitation on the schools' freedom of speech and association? Don't they have any professors of Constitutional Law at these schools who could have pointed out to them the weaknesses of their argument?