Albany Law School advertised on its front web-page achievement of its faculty.
Among those achievements, ALS advertised, at the same time, the "influential" legal blog of its professor Vin Bonventre
and the recent book of its professor Stephen Gottlieb.
In his recent blog post, Professor Bonventre states this:
Obviously, not all decent people with any sense of humanity think that way, many decent people with any sense of humanity think the opposite way.
Professor Bonventre also stated this:
Apparently, all Americans who are not saddened by the news of #AntoninScalia, are "bad Americans", whatever that means.
"Good Americans" and "bad Americans". What exactly is this "influential" law professor teaching? Religion? Oh now, he is teaching this:
Judicial process! Legal Profession! Criminal Law! Criminal procedure!
And, with all that, this good Professor is claiming that all "good Americans" "are saddened" (he checked, obviously) with the passing of a person who claimed that it is ok to execute an innocent - and who rejected requests to overturn death sentences for 30 years based on that belief, thus murdering how many people?
On the other hand, Professor Gottlieb, of the same Albany Law School, who teaches these courses:
shortly before the death of #AntoninScalia published his book "Unfit For Democracy: The Roberts Court and the Breakdown of American Politics" which ALS is also proud of.
The book is available on Amazon.com.
Here is what the foreword to the book says:
Once again: Roberts and #AntoninScalia's court, in professor Gottlieb's view:
- have hurt ordinary Americans economically, politically and in the criminal process;
- damaged the historic American melting pot;
- increased the risk of anti-democratic paramilitaries, and
- clouded the democratic future.
Right, Professor Bonventre?