Federalization of everything, cont’d

by Walter Olson on October 4, 2012

Advocates press for a national law on college hazing [ABA Journal]

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1 defunct_fraternity 10.04.12 at 12:02 pm

In the early 70′s I joined a fraternity. In the spirit of the times, the organization was counter culture to the other houses. The house had the highest GPA of any of the fraternities. As an engineering major, for my first “formal” event I wore clothing with a fresh set of acid holes. I was overdressed. We decided that many of the “required” rituals were so barbaric that we refused to do them. Our adaptation was that in the initiation after party we told the new members what the intended ritual was, and on pain of whatever to never reveal that we just skipped that part. The national organization never knew of our “non-compliance.” We used common sense.

2 Anonymous Attorney 10.04.12 at 12:52 pm

There is a very clear effect on interstate commerce caused by the licking of whip cream off a pledge’s rear end.

3 Richard Nieporent 10.05.12 at 9:55 am

It would appear that Congress never heard of the 10th Amendment.

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