The magazine’s Ethicist columnist on whether being “on the spectrum” should be grounds for affirmative action, donating to a losing campaign and more.
Published: January 17, 2018 at 05:30AM… 71 more words
Once again we celebrate the birthday of Martin Luther King, Jr. But this year I do it with a heavy heart.
I am one of the many who worked hard for Civil Rights back in the 1960s, and I ran one of the first government-mandated affirmative action training programs in the country. 311 more words
A young qualified black woman, poised and confident, enters her name for consideration to represent Hogwarts at the Triwizard tournament. What happens next should surprise no one who has been paying attention to the world of Harry Potter these past 1200+ pages, or to the real-life events of human history these past couple thousands of years. 327 more words
Los Angeles, Oakland and other cities create ‘equity programs’ to help minority ex-cons get into legal pot.
By Jason L. Riley
The Wall Street Journal… 119 more words
Right again…and again…and again…
Long time readers of this blog know that I have been critical of Trump for a long time, labeling him during the campaign as a vulgar and ignorant buffoon, a beta race cuck, a fraud, and a person who very clearly showed signs that he really want to be President. 1,569 more words
In August, the Justice Department decided to investigate instances of bias against whites in university admissions. Since then, campuses have been flyered with “It’s okay to be white… 799 more words