A group of Mexican men were paid to protest homosexuality at the New York City Pride parade. But what they wore made them stand out: They were dressed as Orthodox Jews in tzitzit (fringed Jewish prayer garments), black hats and … Read the rest
The US Supreme Court in April upheld Michigan’s ban on race-based affirmative action in university admissions.
Indeed, affirmative action as we know it is probably doomed: voters have banned it at universities in at least eight states, and four more … Read the rest
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This was the gist of broadcaster Mark Levin’s angry tirade against the humdrum, and certainly predicable, decision of a federal … Read the rest
A federal appeals court on Wednesday ruled that three major companies cannot be held liable in the United States for crimes South Africa’s former apartheid government committed, saying a recent US Supreme Court decision “plainly bars” such lawsuits.
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The 1960s divided America. An activist and rebellious youth fought, sang and partied for more freedom and equality. The Civil Rights Movement, the free speech campaign at Berkeley and anti-Vietnam war protests helped push America into a … Read the rest
The ruling, on a 5-4 vote, means … Read the rest
The controversial issue of affirmative action will be decided this month by the US Supreme Court and will set a precedent in how colleges and universities accept students. It is not expected to have significant impact on the current admissions
In addition to a ruling on the constitutionality of the Affordable Healthcare law ( Obamacare) law today, the United States Supreme Court is also set to hand down a ruling on an Affirmative Action case which may impact parents with … Read the rest