Civil rights lawsuit disputing ACT, SAT holds questionable merits

Civil rights lawsuit disputing ACT, SAT holds questionable merits By SHAULI BAR-ON November 18, 2019 in Columns, Opinion California is the hub of social justice movements and its universities the birthplace of progressivism and liberal values. However, a civil rights group has threatened to file a lawsuit against the very headquarters itself: the University of California. The reason? The … Continue reading Civil rights lawsuit disputing ACT, SAT holds questionable merits

Law and Religion: Two Sides of the Same Coin

Click for the article with Chicago style footnote citations: Law and Religion_ To Sides Of The Same Coin Law and Religion: To Sides Of The Same Coin Introduction  Donald Davis’ The Spirit of Hindu Law challenges readers to push back on the parochial notions of ‘law’ being a set of rules enforced by the state and … Continue reading Law and Religion: Two Sides of the Same Coin

Daylight saving is more controversial than you think

Daylight saving is more controversial than you think By SHAULI BAR-ON November 4, 2019in Columns, Opinion It might be a shock to learn that France is the country with the greatest number of time zones a whopping 12 different districts. Of course, the contiguous, metropolitan France is all under the same time jurisdiction; the country has simply colonized … Continue reading Daylight saving is more controversial than you think