Another way to shake down whitey
Kimani Paul-Emile is a light-skinned black woman who teaches law at Fordham Law School. Since graduating from Brown University in 1993 and getting a law degree from Georgetown, she has been showered with countless honors and fellowships, and in 2016, she co-founded the Center for Race, Law, and Justice at Fordham. “Just suing isn’t going... Read More
Post edited (9/28/2012), see below! A new study was released, discussed by Ilana Yurkiewicz at her Scientific American blog, that seems to conclusively prove that gender bias in the sciences does exist. The article describes the challenges involved in studying this and how these challenges were overcome: It’s tough to prove gender bias. In a... Read More
Biggest race shakedown ever.
I'm not easily shocked by cynicism, dishonesty, and moral cowardice from politicians. I lived through the Clinton administration, didn't I? I must say, though, that this Pigford business has left me wondering whether there is anything on earth our congresscritters won't do so long as the doing of it (a) will enrich the Trial Lawyers... Read More
Anti-White discrimination in the Connecticut firefighters case.
This week the Supreme Court hears Ricci v. DeStefano, the case of the 20 firefighters in New Haven, Connecticut. The plaintiffs took promotion exams five and a half years ago. As they themselves say on their website (scroll down to CASE SUMMARY): (There is a bit of squid ink there. In fact only one of... Read More