Everyone's favorite federal bench, the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals, has now ruled that threatening the life of the President of the United States is now protected free speech. Yes. Really. http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,152934,00.html Also, a group of folks are meeting at Yale to discuss ways to shred, oh, excuse me, "re-interpret" and "expand" the Constitution (because it is, after all, a "living document" that must change and flex with the times! :dis: ) http://constitutionin2020.blogspot.com/ http://islandia.law.yale.edu/acs/conference/index.asp Reason to be concerned? Yes, with this group: The Open Society Institute was founded by George Soros, billionaire financier, avowed enemy of George W. Bush, American military power, and Judeo-Christian culture, and an ardent transnationalist and believer in the ideal of one-world government. The Institute pretty much reflects his beliefs on the Constitution and what the U.S.'s role in the world should be. No doubt Yale Law School and this conference does as well. I'm sure many lovely ideas about the Constitution came out of that meeting.