Conservapedia talk:The Supreme Court

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I can't believe that you intend to educate people with this 'course', when 18 words into the course syllabus you lay out opinion like that. Education is surelyabout letting students make up their own minds, not shoving preconceived notions down their throats. Since I already know before I would take this course what I will learn- why would I take it? MissInfo 22:08, 9 August 2007 (EDT)

How is it opinion to state that the court became more liberal during that time period? That's a fact. DanH 22:12, 9 August 2007 (EDT)

What do you doubt, MissInfo? Your comment conspicuously lacks any quotes of anything you deny in the course description. That type of criticism isn't going to persuade anyone here. Godspeed.--Aschlafly 22:17, 9 August 2007 (EDT)

Textbook?-Baruch 15:31, 17 August 2007 (EDT)
I'm looking at some affordable options now. Suggestions welcome. I will probably recommend an optional textbook or two, and the only mandatory portion will be the free online lectures, assignments and exams.--Aschlafly 10:32, 18 August 2007 (EDT)

The focusing questions in the main page are quite good, in my opinion. However, missinfo might be referring to quotes like this "Liberal judges, and particularly the Warren Court (1953-1969) but continuing until the present, are responsible for our transformation from moral and economic leadership to widespread despair, particularly among our youth." (Found in lecture one.) I'm interested in learning about the supreme court's liberal bias, and how it negatively impacts our country, but I believe this statement is unfair. Jsusman 12:36, 11 September 2007 (EDT)

p.s. when will this course get up and running with discussion? thanks, J. —The preceding unsigned comment was added by Jsusman (talk)

The course is running now. Jallen 04:54, 26 October 2007 (EDT)

Hi All: I am new around here. I arrived by way of [Eagle Forum], which advertised a free course "Supreme Court 101". So I am not sure I am in the right place. I did create an account here at Conservapedia, but did not receive a confirmation email. So I decided to use this talk feature. I would like to join this course. Is it too late? I am unable to tell by the postings here. If not, when does the new semester begin? Would some one respond please. Thanks stewgen


I will say this, those members were nominated by the president and then voted upon by congress, they must be in there for a good reason. Maybe the Supreme Court has become more liberal over those years, however, if it is destroying this country (which is simply what I got out of reading that page, please tell me if I am wrong) then does that mean that our whole legal department is in terrible shape and is the government failing the American people? --Rocky