Affirmative Action

Why Are Democrats Able to Win Elections With Poor-Quality Candidates?

The topic of “candidate quality” has been discussed recently to rationalize Republicans’ poor performance in last Tuesday’s elections.

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.

Texas A&M Faces Legal Action for Program Excluding White and Asian Staffers

The program uses tax dollars to pay for the salary and benefits of "underrepresented" minorities.

White Professor Files Reverse Discrimination Lawsuit Against Texas A&M

A University of Texas professor has filed a reverse discrimination lawsuit against rival Texas A&M, claiming its affirmative action policies prevent him from getting a job there because he’s White.

Rep. Paul Gosar Calls for an End to ‘Destructive’ Affirmative Action Policies for Discriminating Against Americans

Trump-endorsed Congressman Paul Gosar blasted racist affirmative action programs and wide open borders in a scathing series of posts he made to Gab.

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.

Supreme Court to Hear Case That Could End 40 Years of Race-Based Affirmative Action in University Admissions

The U.S. Supreme Court announced it would hear one of two cases on Oct. 31 that could dismantle the 40-year precedent of race-based affirmative action in university admissions, with universities now urging the court to preserve the decision despite some expert opinion to the contrary.

West Point Cadets Taught Critical Race Theory, Including Addressing ‘Whiteness,’ Docs Show

New documents exclusively obtained by Fox News Digital reveal that the U.S. Army is teaching West Point cadets critical race theory (CRT), including addressing "whiteness."

Law Professor Suspended for Criticizing Biden’s ‘Affirmative Action’ SCOTUS Pick Will Get Job Back

Georgetown University has reinstated the director of its constitutional law program, who had been suspended for objecting to President Joe Biden’s explicit race- and gender-driven plan to fill a Supreme Court vacancy.

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