Supreme Court Considers Ending Affirmative Action

"I guess I don’t put much stock in that, because I’ve heard similar arguments for segregation," said Justice Clarence Thomas about race-based admissions improving education.

Justice Thomas Rejects Lawyer’s Rationale for Using Race in Admissions for Diversity

Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas on Monday dismissed an argument from a lawyer defending race-based affirmative action policies in college admissions and said that he doesn't give much weight to the idea that diversity automatically creates better outcomes.

‘Things That We Have Never Seen Before’: Pollsters Tell Hannity Black and Hispanic Voters Are Moving to GOP in Droves

Two pollsters told Fox News host Sean Hannity Friday night that black and Hispanic voters are moving to the GOP droves, particularly in Pennsylvania and Georgia.

Supreme Court Preparing to Hear Arguments over Race-Based College Admissions

Supreme Court to hear oral arguments about the use of racial admissions criteria for college.

Class of 2022 Produced Lowest ACT Scores in More Than 30 Years

The country's 2022 graduating high school class produced the lowest average ACT score in more than 30 years, according to the organization that administers the standardized college readiness exam.

EU Vaccine Purchase Is ‘Biggest Corruption Scandal in History’: European Parliament Member

Mislav Kolakusic of the European Parliament tweeted Wednesday that the EU's purchase of "unproven" COVID vaccines has become the "biggest corruption scandal in the history of mankin."

COVID Cases in European Union Rise After High Vax Rate

After attaining what Johns Hopkins refers to as an "above world average" COVID-19 vaccination rate, infections in the European Union have not gone down but reached 1.5 million last week, up 8% from the week before.

Stew Peters Show: Harvard, Johns Hopkins Admit COVID Jabs KILL, 98% More Dangerous Than Virus

"Experts" at top institutions have released a study showing that COVID jabs and mandates are deadly, but big government and the press have ignored their findings.

Penn Medical School Expands Minority Candidate Program That Does Not Require MCAT

The University of Pennsylvania expanded a program that admitted minority and other underrepresented college applicants into its Perelman School of Medicine under special criteria, including waiving the Medical College Admission Test requirement.

Elite Medical Schools Admitting Based on Diversity Criteria Rather than Test Scores

50 of the top-ranked medical schools were evaluated.

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