Finally, A Law School Dedicated To Human Sacrifice
The American Justice School of Law, in Kentucky, has an interesting perspective on the world. It explains:
As implied by Kentucky’s latin motto, “Deo gratiam habeamus,” we hold our rights as a free people by God’s grace as well as human sacrifice.
Does Kentucky’s motto really imply a need for human sacrifice? (My understanding is that the direct translation is “Let us be grateful to God.” What a way to show it!) And how does human sacrifice fit in with ABA accreditation? (Hint: this is a high-risk site inspection.)
If this were a news story, it would surely belong in the Columbia Journalism Review’s page of funny headlines.