17 March 2014 ~ 0 Comments

Asian Americans and Affirmative Action

Affirmative action is now the latest wedge issue in California to keep ethnic minorities from seeing our common interests. In California, a bill to revive affirmative action is dead. Mainstream media reports convey that opposition from insurgent Asian Americans groups killed the measure at the last minute. If this is true, then there is much work to be […]

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24 June 2013 ~ 0 Comments

Affirmative Action Survives But Not For Long

My heart skipped a few beats today when the Supreme Court vacated and remanded Fisher v. Texas, to the Fifth Circuit, but affirmative action remains the law. The Justices are so scared of race and racial politics that they said a few words about the compelling interest provided by diversity, and told the Fifth Circuit […]

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05 July 2011 ~ 0 Comments

The Need for Affirmative Action In a “Post-Racial” Society

Thanks to a 2-1 ruling from the Sixth Circuit, Michigan finally overturned its ban on affirmative ban. Ward Connerly is surely seething. I hope California is next. Opponents of affirmative action, including Democratic Senator James Webb, contend that the practice is unfair, that it leads to preferential treatment, that it relies on quotas, and that […]

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