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Tag Archives: Anti-Discrimination Law
Pittsburgh Defends Effort to Hire Minorities as Police Officers, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Not enough non-whites pass the test.
How Social Networks Drive Black Unemployment, New York Times
Many job hirings are about “who you know,” and whites don’t know blacks.
Workers Claim Race Bias as Farms Rely on Immigrants, New York Times
They say farmers think blacks are lazy and too demanding.
White Hair, Wrinkles Aren’t Valid ID at These Drinking Establishments, Wall Street Journal
The fight against “profiling” reaches new depths of stupidity.
U.S. Opens Spigot After Farmers Claim Discrimination, New York Times
Even the New York Times has discovered the fraud.
Immigration Bill Bans Racial Profiling by Federal Law Enforcement, Washington Times
Federal officers must willfully blind themselves.
Samoa Air Defends Policy to Charge Passengers by Weight, Telegraph (London)
Just recognizing individual differences.
Thomas Perez was worried a Supreme Court decision could undermine the use of statistics in housing discrimination cases.
Your taxes pay for them.
Rotten Tomatoes for a Billion-Dollar Farm Payout, Wall Street Journal
Women and Hispanics now cashing in on the Pigford bonanza.
LAPD Officer Wins $1.2-million Verdict in Racial Harassment Suit, Los Angeles Times
Absolutely no joking is to be permitted.
Citing Thomas Perez’ involvement in the New Black Panther case.
Anti-white bias in the highest levels of the federal government.
Attorney General Eric Holder Speaks at the Edmund Pettus Bridge Crossing Jubilee, Department of Justice
Voting Rights Act remains “essential, even today,” he says.
Now Hiring Ex-Cons, Hoover Institution
“To the unpracticed eye, the EEOC ruling looks genuinely perverse.”
Joe Biden joined him in Selma to support Section 5.
Justice Roberts: Do feds contend “the citizens in the South are more racist than citizens in the North”?
. . . but when whites do it is “hatred.”
Perform Criminal Background Checks at Your Peril, Wall Street Journal
Not hiring ex-yard birds has a “disparate impact.”
Complaint Alleges Racial Bias in Palmdale Elections, Los Angeles Times
The usual shakedown, but the city is fighting back.
California Supreme Court Alters How Bias Cases Will Be Handled, Los Angeles Times
A glimmer of sanity in California.
Another insane anti-discrimination law.
Obama OK’s Subprime Borrowers for Prime Loans, Investor’s Business Daily
Lenders–and, therefore, lendees–may have to subsidize riskier borrowers.
The mania for “anti-discrimination” continues.
Racial Hatred Bill Offers Open Slather to Obnoxious, Sydney Morning Herald
Australian premier thinks more people should be jailed for “hate speech,” so the law should be broadened.
Taxpayers footing the bill for “anti-racist” fanaticism.
Holder Brags About Burning 3,000 Bankers at the Stake, Investor’s Business Daily
They agree to pay even though the case against them is weak.
Dress for Bias, VDARE
Crazy settlement to aggrieved black man finally thrown out after eight years.
3 Teachers, Union Sue CPS, Allege Racial Bias, Chicago Tribune
Firing teachers at failing schools means firing non-whites.
Reading, ‘Riting and Race, New York Post
More madness from a judge who trained to be a Playboy bunny.
More than 70 percent of students arrested are black or Hispanic.
Ex-Pa. Trooper Claims He Was Fired over Ebonics, Yahoo! Finance
Once again, race is an obstacle to justice and common sense.
Obama to Unleash Racial-Preferences Juggernaut, Investor’s Business Daily
Anything that has a “disparate impact” on non-whites is subject to lawsuit.
Not really. Just the pre-clearance requirements of the Voting Rights Act.
Company that tried to “boost minority lending” now pays the price.
City to Borrow $78.4 Million to Pay for Firefighter Settlement, Chicago Sun-Times
City that failed to discriminate against whites now pays the price.
Denver Fire Department: Does It Have a Diversity Problem?, Westword (Denver)
Translated: Should whites be discriminated against to make sure there are fewer of them?
Blacks hit the jackpot, so now it’s time for Hispanics and women.
Nearly 60 percent of PA voters supported the law.
Blacks and Hispanics can’t pass the test, therefore it must be prejudiced.
“Revamped” means “dumbed-down.”
Secretary of Agriculture calls this the “new era of civil rights.”
Luther Burbank Savings Settles with DOJ over Alleged Loan Bias, Los Angeles Times
Minimum loan amount had a “disparate impact” on non-whites.
Filipino Nurses Win Language Discrimination Settlement, Los Angeles Times
California hospital insisted that they speak English at work.
Bill Protects Religious Garb, Grooming in the Workplace, Los Angeles Times
Make way for turbans, beards, and hijabs.
. . . against a white man.
Southerners just can’t be trusted.