Tag: Affirmative Action
San Francisco Ends Merit-Based Admissions at Top-Rated Public High School
COVID-19 Vaccine: Should We Let People Die to Achieve “Race Equity”?
Election Subtext: Most Voters Still Love American Liberty
Victory Over Systemic Racism Still Requires Clarification
Preferring Prejudice
Proposition 209 Postscript: How the Unqualified Thrive in Government
What California Can Teach Harvard
FAA Puts “Diversity” Over Safety
50 Years Ago Today: The Detroit Riot and the Decline of Civil Rights Liberalism (II)
50 Years Ago Today: The Detroit Riot and the Decline of Civil Rights Liberalism (I)
Employers Do Not Systematically and Persistently Pay Women Less than Men for Equally Valuable Work
Taking Offense at Every Word or Phrase?
Classifying America: Government’s Power to Define Is the Power to Discriminate
50 Years of Mischief: The Triumph and Trashing of the Civil Rights Act
Is “Redskins” Offensive?
Elizabeth Warren: “We Are Not Resting Until at Least 50 Senators Are [Millionaire] Women”
Just Say No to Jobs for the Young and Unskilled
Same-Sex Marriage and Individual Rights
Race-Based Admissions: Critical Mass Standard Is a Massive Mess in Texas
New York Times Admits I’m Right about Government Failure, but . . . . A Cautionary Tale for Classical Liberals
Classical Liberalism Is All in Our Heads? Responding to Paul Harvey on Race
Classical Liberalism and the Fight for Civil Rights
The Bugaboo of Race: Does Skin Color Put Out Fires?
NAACP 100th Anniversary: Exploiting Color Instead of Erasing It

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