The Vetting: Obama Teaches Constitutional Law — Part II
by Ben Shapiro:
Yesterday, we explored President Barack Obama’s teachings at the University of Chicago Law School from 1996. We explored the first question (and answer) of his December 1996 final exam. Today, we move on to the second question.
To recap: question 1 revealed that President Obama does not believe that “tradition” is an important justification for laws; that he thinks childbearing and childrearing have almost nothing to do with marriage; and that legal realism is the way judicial decisions get made – i.e. that judges make decisions according to their own politics, rather than based on statute or law.
Question 2 is even more interesting, and sheds light on how deeply Obama was influenced by Derrick Bell’s Critical Race Theory.
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