To appease angry voters, Roman emperors gave away or subsidized olive oil, salt, and pork. People lined up to get free stuff. Rome's government, much like ours, wasn't good at making sure subsidies flowed only to the poor. As inflation increased, Rome, much like the U.S. under President Nixon, imposed wage and price controls. When people objected, Emperor Diocletian denounced their "greed," saying, "Shared humanity urges us to set a limit." John Stossel asks, "Doesn't that sound like today's anti-capitalist politicians?"
The new framework aims to keep everyone learning at the same level for as long as possible.
Punishing players for kneeling, or not kneeling, is a First Amendment violation at public universities.
“Our only job today, is to give the law’s terms their ordinary meanings and, in that small way, ensure that the federal government does not exceed its statutory license.”