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JUST MUSING: "Namaste, namaste..."

Our legal justice system is expensive, oft-times a rich boy’s game, allowing the party with the most gold to rule.  Our system of justice is complicated, meaning part and parcel of winning may well include (let me be more direct, “does include”) the manipulation of practice rules to the client’s advantage, delaying, delaying, delaying, sapping memories, energies, the disadvantaged party’s non-existent wealth.   1,979 more words

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White Privilege and Me

While wasting some time on Twitter, as I’ve been known to do from time to time, a certain linked article caught my eye. It was the work of a black female author who calls herself LaSha, and it seemed to be a… 3,202 more words


Diversity My Butt

Okay. My first problem is this—why on earth is a Caucasian girl complaining about being a victim of affirmative action? Isn’t affirmative action, at least at the top schools, all about keeping a diverse culture, i.e. 339 more words


In Surprise Decision, U.S. Supreme Court Upholds Affirmative Action

Last Thursday, in a 4-3 opinion, the U.S. Supreme Court upheld the principle of affirmative action in college admissions.  Here is Adam Liptak for the… 673 more words

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