Sunday, July 5, 2015

The Penumbra School of Law

"I suppose I could bemoan the loss of our liberties or pen an optimistic piece on how this, too, shall pass. But I’m thinking there’s an economic opportunity in this widespread shift. Why not create a new online law school, the Penumbra School. You can get your law degree from me at little cost and in rapid order. How? Well, we can skip all the courses on legislation. All we need is a meditation course in its place where we try to divine the feelings on matters of the linchpin Justice Kennedy. And we can dispense with constitutional law since it is now whatever five justices think it should have been. Contract and Corporation Law classes are unnecessary as the GE bailout established they count for nothing if the president decides to abrogate them. Immigration Law is unnecessary, too. No need to read what Congress has passed about immigration just leaf through the latest executive orders from the White House."
[American Thinker]

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