FIRE criticizes Cal Poly investigation into Native American-themed party

Joe Cohn, who works at FIRE’s headquarters in Philadelphia, said Thursday that Cal Poly’s investigation is unconstitutional based on the information the university has made public so far.

Cheers and tears: reactions to Supreme Court same-sex marriage rulings

The Supreme Court of the United States made two rulings in favor of same-sex marriage Wednesday, causing many happy reactions within the Cal Poly community.

We the sheep

Zachary Antoyan is a political science junior and Mustang Daily liberal columnist.  I’m going to start this off with a question: How dedicated are you to the Constitution of the United States? Like on a scale of one to Nicholas Cage…

Affirmative action in courts again

The U.S. Supreme Court will allow a hearing of an appeal which could bring negative attention to how affirmative action is currently used in universities and colleges around the country. In this case, affirmative action gives racial preference to certain…

Prop 8 trial should have been broadcast

The trial on the constitutionality of Prop 8 in a California district court should have been televised.

Obama’s Supreme Court choice to influence policy for decades

Jarrett may not be the new Supreme Court nominee, but I think that anyone who meets his list of qualifications as well as Jarrett would be a good choice. This someone should not a radical, but someone who will be forward-thinking and have sound judgment.

The Second Amendment matters again in California

The little-known case of Nordyke v. King is a huge and much-needed milestone for protecting Second Amendment rights at the state level, and has opened the door for other gun rights cases which previously had no standing to commence.

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