The issue for black parents is not whether their sons and daughters should be admitted to an elite college or one that is lower-ranked. The issue is whether their sons and daughters should be admitted to a college where they would not be admitted if they were white.
Each year more than one trillion dollars goes up in smoke. More accurately, it is stolen from the middle and working classes and shipped off to the one percent. I am talking about the massive yearly bill to maintain the US empire.
Right between the dog calendars and wartime calendars featuring American military jets was the “Yes, the end is near” Obama calendar — “The out-of-office countdown, 2016 through the glorious end! January 20, 2017,” featuring some of President Obama's most memorable policy and ideological declarations.
American immorality and contempt for liberty lie at the root of most of the political economic problems our nation faces. They explain the fiscal problems we face, such as growing national debt and budget deficits at the federal, state and local levels of government.
The political left has been trying to run other people's lives for centuries. So we should not be surprised to see the Obama administration now trying to force neighborhoods across America to have the mix of people the government wants them to have.
A long time ago, in a galaxy far far away, there was a Republic, a Galactic Empire, and a rag-tag band of freedom fighters called "the Rebellion." There were Jedi Knights and Sith Lords, strange worlds and stranger characters. There was a myth and a legend. More recently, and much, much more closely, JJ Abrams made the best Star Wars film ever.
Stocks rose Wednesday following the Federal Reserve’s announcement of the first interest rate increase since 2006. However, stocks fell just two days later. One reason the positive reaction to the Fed’s announcement did not last long is that the Fed seems to lack confidence in the economy and is unsure what policies it should adopt in the future.
The case currently before the U.S. Supreme Court, involving racial double standards in admissions to the University of Texas at Austin, has an Alice-in-Wonderland quality that has been all too common in other Supreme Court cases involving affirmative action in academia, going all the way back to 1978.