Just wanted to update everyone on the current state of College affairs from a personal perspective:
I attend Penn State University at the Junior Level, majoring in Public Policy with a minor in History before I go on to Graduate school. That being said, I attended my first major classes today in Constitutional Law 471.
The Professor? Personally, 1 of the 2 registered Republicans on staff. Personal friend and correspondant of Scalia and Thomas. He initially told the class his political views to be fair, and afterward let the class dictate things.
Personal Observation? We vistied the Scheckter Poultry case, most everyone knew how bad FDR tried to corrupt the Court. Obamacare? Nearly every student in the class argued the fact that it's UnConstitutional, with less than 3 saying it is, out of 35 students. Very encouraging!
Political affiliation? Almost half claimed Independent, over a dozen Democrat, only 5 of us Republican. That being said, even the registered DEMS overwhelmingly though Obummercare was Un-Constitutional. I think that's progress.
Coming from Generation Y, I'm pretty encouraged by what I've seen. :D What do you think?