Wednesday, December 28, 2005

Public Schools are Unconstitutional 

That's the opinion of one pundit, at least, and his claim really isn't farfetched at all:
Paulsen thinks public education is an unconstitutional condition because it forces people to choose between religious education or free education-- in other words, that school vouchers (or nothing) are constitutionally demanded. I was never able to figure out why Robert Cover thought public education presumptively unconstitutional.
That seems to be more in line with "Congress shall make no law" than what we currently have, although I know the Supreme Court would make up some argument hinging on "compelling state interests" to ignore the First Amendment. I wouldn't be the first time *points at Campaign finance 'reform'*

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