California stands up for equality

Proposition 209 is not going anywhere.  Efforts by certain lawmakers to repeal California’s landmark constitutional amendment ended yesterday when the the amendment’s sponsors decided to table further voting.  Students graduating … ›

Whom do they think they are fooling?

In one of the most outrageous claims I’ve seen in a while, two attorneys for the Asian Law Caucus argue that the Supreme Court should uphold Grutter, because overturning it … ›

An ignorant post on race-based admissions

Baylor Law School accidentally released admissions data on its incoming class.  This data included all of the personal information that is normally kept confidential by law schools — LSAT score, GPA, … ›

"Too many Asians"

The Volokh Conspiracy has the details. It’s sad that rampant and overt discrimination against Asian Americans is so commonplace today, that statements like this can go largely ignored.

What does "reverse discrimination" mean?

Author: Joshua Thompson Discrimination.  Period.  With respect to race, it means treating certain people differently because they have a certain favored or disfavored skin color. I am often dismayed by … ›

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California stands up for equality

Proposition 209 is not going anywhere.  Efforts by certain lawmakers to repeal California’s landmark constitutional amendment ended yesterday when the the amendment’s sponsors decided to table further voting.  Students graduating … ›

Whom do they think they are fooling?

In one of the most outrageous claims I’ve seen in a while, two attorneys for the Asian Law Caucus argue that the Supreme Court should uphold Grutter, because overturning it … ›

An ignorant post on race-based admissions

Baylor Law School accidentally released admissions data on its incoming class.  This data included all of the personal information that is normally kept confidential by law schools — LSAT score, GPA, … ›

"Too many Asians"

The Volokh Conspiracy has the details. It’s sad that rampant and overt discrimination against Asian Americans is so commonplace today, that statements like this can go largely ignored.

What does "reverse discrimination" mean?

Author: Joshua Thompson Discrimination.  Period.  With respect to race, it means treating certain people differently because they have a certain favored or disfavored skin color. I am often dismayed by … ›

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California stands up for equality

Proposition 209 is not going anywhere.  Efforts by certain lawmakers to repeal California’s landmark constitutional amendment ended yesterday when the the amendment’s sponsors decided to table further voting.  Students graduating … ›

Whom do they think they are fooling?

In one of the most outrageous claims I’ve seen in a while, two attorneys for the Asian Law Caucus argue that the Supreme Court should uphold Grutter, because overturning it … ›

An ignorant post on race-based admissions

Baylor Law School accidentally released admissions data on its incoming class.  This data included all of the personal information that is normally kept confidential by law schools — LSAT score, GPA, … ›

"Too many Asians"

The Volokh Conspiracy has the details. It’s sad that rampant and overt discrimination against Asian Americans is so commonplace today, that statements like this can go largely ignored.

What does "reverse discrimination" mean?

Author: Joshua Thompson Discrimination.  Period.  With respect to race, it means treating certain people differently because they have a certain favored or disfavored skin color. I am often dismayed by … ›

California stands up for equality

Proposition 209 is not going anywhere.  Efforts by certain lawmakers to repeal California’s landmark constitutional amendment ended yesterday when the the amendment’s sponsors decided to table further voting.  Students graduating … ›

Whom do they think they are fooling?

In one of the most outrageous claims I’ve seen in a while, two attorneys for the Asian Law Caucus argue that the Supreme Court should uphold Grutter, because overturning it … ›

An ignorant post on race-based admissions

Baylor Law School accidentally released admissions data on its incoming class.  This data included all of the personal information that is normally kept confidential by law schools — LSAT score, GPA, … ›

"Too many Asians"

The Volokh Conspiracy has the details. It’s sad that rampant and overt discrimination against Asian Americans is so commonplace today, that statements like this can go largely ignored.

What does "reverse discrimination" mean?

Author: Joshua Thompson Discrimination.  Period.  With respect to race, it means treating certain people differently because they have a certain favored or disfavored skin color. I am often dismayed by … ›