Minority Lifeguards Wanted in Phoenix: Swimming Abilities Optional


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In a staggering case of affirmative action gone wild, officials in a major U.S. city are actually recruiting minorities to be lifeguards at public pools even if they’re not good swimmers. It’s all in the name of diversity.

Arizona Legislature Passes Bill to Curb ‘Chauvanism’ in Ethnic Studies Programs


The Arizona Legislature sent Gov. Jan Brewer a bill Thursday that would ban ethnic studies programs in the state that critics say currently advocate separatism and racial preferences.

Michael Steele is Indeed a Man of Steel


Republican National Committee Chairman Michael Steele courageously refuses to play in the left-wing sandbox. And, because of that, lefties like the Washington Post’s Colbert King denounce Steele as a sellout to black people. But Steele is absolutely right and Colbert is dead wrong.

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The debate over affirmative action in higher education, largely dormant since 2003, when the Supreme Court affirmed racial preferences at the University of Michigan School of Law, may soon come roaring back.

Jesse Jackson


Jesse Jackson

For the entire Jesse Jackson profile, click here. Some noteworthy facts about Jesse Jackson: In September the legendary activist Jesse Jackson criticized Congress for de-funding the notoriously corrupt ACORN, in the wake of revelations about that organization’s involvement in corruption of the highest magnitude. More recently he said,“You can’t vote against [government-run] healthcare and call yourself a […]

From the Pen of David Horowitz: December 7, 2009


In the aftermath of the Communist collapse, the totalitarian danger is so remote that the normal tendency would be to discount it. But to do so would be to ignore the immediate threat inherent in the assault. It is very possible to destroy the foundations of social trust without establishing a social alternative, and it [...]

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