There's no such thing as "careful" discrimination

PLF friend Jennifer Gratz published an op-ed in the Washington Times today on the Administration’s desire to see racial preferences continue indefinitely.  Here’s a snippet: In today’s increasingly pluralistic society, race usually … ›

Obama Administration urges further discrimination in the wake of Schuette

In its crusade to make America a racially polarized nation, the Obama Administration has had a tough couple of years.  Despite repeated pleas for the continued use of racial preferences, … ›

"An egregious example of scientific dishonesty"

Back in August I reported on a case out of the federal district court in Maryland, where the EEOC was trying to stop a business from undertaking criminal background checks … ›

The money behind the Mount Holly settlement

The Wall Street Journal reports that the Mount Holly case was settled with the help of some big money Obama supporters. In June the Justices agreed to hear Mount Holly, but … ›

The Obama Administration's logical pretzel

PLF continues to fight for Abigail Fisher’s right — and every student’s right — to be treated equally under the law.  We have previously blogged about our continued involvement in … ›

Trying to avoid disparate impact causes a disparate impact

You can’t make this stuff up.  Banks have been under intense scrutiny from Obama Administration for lending practices that result in a disparate impact against racial minorities.  To avoid such threatening … ›

Comeuppance

Remember Magner v. Gallagher, the case out of Minnesota that challenged whether there was a disparate impact cause of action under the Fair Housing Act?  [Note: There isn’t.] Remember when the Obama … ›

Is Obama's victory a sign of "racial progress?"

Following Obama’s victory last week, Ilya Somin of the Volokh Conspiracy wrote that “it’s certainly a sign that racism has greatly declined, and that African-Americans are more fully accepted in … ›

Further thoughts on today's salmon biop decision

Author: Brandon Middleton In reviewing today's decision on the National Marine Fisheries Service salmon biological opinion, two things stand out: 1) This is a defeat for the species-protection-whatever-the-cost mentality that … ›

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There's no such thing as "careful" discrimination

PLF friend Jennifer Gratz published an op-ed in the Washington Times today on the Administration’s desire to see racial preferences continue indefinitely.  Here’s a snippet: In today’s increasingly pluralistic society, race usually … ›

Obama Administration urges further discrimination in the wake of Schuette

In its crusade to make America a racially polarized nation, the Obama Administration has had a tough couple of years.  Despite repeated pleas for the continued use of racial preferences, … ›

"An egregious example of scientific dishonesty"

Back in August I reported on a case out of the federal district court in Maryland, where the EEOC was trying to stop a business from undertaking criminal background checks … ›

The money behind the Mount Holly settlement

The Wall Street Journal reports that the Mount Holly case was settled with the help of some big money Obama supporters. In June the Justices agreed to hear Mount Holly, but … ›

The Obama Administration's logical pretzel

PLF continues to fight for Abigail Fisher’s right — and every student’s right — to be treated equally under the law.  We have previously blogged about our continued involvement in … ›

Trying to avoid disparate impact causes a disparate impact

You can’t make this stuff up.  Banks have been under intense scrutiny from Obama Administration for lending practices that result in a disparate impact against racial minorities.  To avoid such threatening … ›

Comeuppance

Remember Magner v. Gallagher, the case out of Minnesota that challenged whether there was a disparate impact cause of action under the Fair Housing Act?  [Note: There isn’t.] Remember when the Obama … ›

Is Obama's victory a sign of "racial progress?"

Following Obama’s victory last week, Ilya Somin of the Volokh Conspiracy wrote that “it’s certainly a sign that racism has greatly declined, and that African-Americans are more fully accepted in … ›

Further thoughts on today's salmon biop decision

Author: Brandon Middleton In reviewing today's decision on the National Marine Fisheries Service salmon biological opinion, two things stand out: 1) This is a defeat for the species-protection-whatever-the-cost mentality that … ›

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There's no such thing as "careful" discrimination

PLF friend Jennifer Gratz published an op-ed in the Washington Times today on the Administration’s desire to see racial preferences continue indefinitely.  Here’s a snippet: In today’s increasingly pluralistic society, race usually … ›

Obama Administration urges further discrimination in the wake of Schuette

In its crusade to make America a racially polarized nation, the Obama Administration has had a tough couple of years.  Despite repeated pleas for the continued use of racial preferences, … ›

"An egregious example of scientific dishonesty"

Back in August I reported on a case out of the federal district court in Maryland, where the EEOC was trying to stop a business from undertaking criminal background checks … ›

The money behind the Mount Holly settlement

The Wall Street Journal reports that the Mount Holly case was settled with the help of some big money Obama supporters. In June the Justices agreed to hear Mount Holly, but … ›

The Obama Administration's logical pretzel

PLF continues to fight for Abigail Fisher’s right — and every student’s right — to be treated equally under the law.  We have previously blogged about our continued involvement in … ›

Trying to avoid disparate impact causes a disparate impact

You can’t make this stuff up.  Banks have been under intense scrutiny from Obama Administration for lending practices that result in a disparate impact against racial minorities.  To avoid such threatening … ›

Comeuppance

Remember Magner v. Gallagher, the case out of Minnesota that challenged whether there was a disparate impact cause of action under the Fair Housing Act?  [Note: There isn’t.] Remember when the Obama … ›

Is Obama's victory a sign of "racial progress?"

Following Obama’s victory last week, Ilya Somin of the Volokh Conspiracy wrote that “it’s certainly a sign that racism has greatly declined, and that African-Americans are more fully accepted in … ›

Further thoughts on today's salmon biop decision

Author: Brandon Middleton In reviewing today's decision on the National Marine Fisheries Service salmon biological opinion, two things stand out: 1) This is a defeat for the species-protection-whatever-the-cost mentality that … ›

There's no such thing as "careful" discrimination

PLF friend Jennifer Gratz published an op-ed in the Washington Times today on the Administration’s desire to see racial preferences continue indefinitely.  Here’s a snippet: In today’s increasingly pluralistic society, race usually … ›

Obama Administration urges further discrimination in the wake of Schuette

In its crusade to make America a racially polarized nation, the Obama Administration has had a tough couple of years.  Despite repeated pleas for the continued use of racial preferences, … ›

"An egregious example of scientific dishonesty"

Back in August I reported on a case out of the federal district court in Maryland, where the EEOC was trying to stop a business from undertaking criminal background checks … ›

The money behind the Mount Holly settlement

The Wall Street Journal reports that the Mount Holly case was settled with the help of some big money Obama supporters. In June the Justices agreed to hear Mount Holly, but … ›

The Obama Administration's logical pretzel

PLF continues to fight for Abigail Fisher’s right — and every student’s right — to be treated equally under the law.  We have previously blogged about our continued involvement in … ›

Trying to avoid disparate impact causes a disparate impact

You can’t make this stuff up.  Banks have been under intense scrutiny from Obama Administration for lending practices that result in a disparate impact against racial minorities.  To avoid such threatening … ›

Comeuppance

Remember Magner v. Gallagher, the case out of Minnesota that challenged whether there was a disparate impact cause of action under the Fair Housing Act?  [Note: There isn’t.] Remember when the Obama … ›

Is Obama's victory a sign of "racial progress?"

Following Obama’s victory last week, Ilya Somin of the Volokh Conspiracy wrote that “it’s certainly a sign that racism has greatly declined, and that African-Americans are more fully accepted in … ›

Further thoughts on today's salmon biop decision

Author: Brandon Middleton In reviewing today's decision on the National Marine Fisheries Service salmon biological opinion, two things stand out: 1) This is a defeat for the species-protection-whatever-the-cost mentality that … ›