8/31: The Justice Department filed a “statement of interest” in a long-running lawsuit against Harvard University that supported claims of Asian-American students that the university is discriminating in its admission process.
4/4: ACRU Policy Board member and Professor of Economics Dr. Walter E Williams discusses the reality of discrimination in America.
1/19: The thinking that is normal inside a powerful institution like Google should alarm all actual, normal Americans.
1/11: This year marks the 50th anniversary of Dr. King’s death at the hands of an assassin; it is also the 50th anniversary of the passage of the federal Fair Housing Act.
Human beings don’t commit crimes in the same exact proportion that their particular racial or ethnic group is to the general population, and indeed those proportions change over time.
The Governor and legislature of Guam apparently don’t believe they represent the majority of the island’s residents - hence, their refusal to have free elections.
The only cure for this existential threat is to assert strongly the unalienable rights granted to us by nature and nature’s God. We need to work and pray so that real justice replaces the fake variety.
Apparently, using the correct legal term is not important.
Nowadays, there is not much respectability for using racism for rigging the economic game.
The Department of Justice Civil Rights Division has filed a brief in a federal court arguing that requiring bail, the money accused criminals must post to be released from jail, is discriminatory.