Sometimes it seems as if every other word from the mouths of academicians is "inclusiveness" or "diversity." How sincere and truthful are these people about their "inclusiveness and diversity" religion?
When hearings for attorney general nominee Jeff Sessions start next month, prepare for a trip back in time to 1986.
Personally, I can't think of a more racist argument than one that holds that disruptive, rude behavior and foul language are a part of black culture.
Moral relativism at the top has distorted the meaning of justice.
The Supreme Court validates reverse discrimination and the media runs with it.
It's only historical ignorance that could explain black affinity for progressivism.
Let's examine the term "racial segregation."
What the education establishment can do is to prevent youngsters who are alien and hostile to the educational process from making education impossible for those who are equipped to learn.
Racial discrimination cannot explain the absence of supermarkets in black communities.
The issue for black parents is not whether their sons and daughters should be admitted to an elite college. The issue is whether their sons and daughters should be admitted to a college where they would not be admitted if they were white.