Affirmative action

Supreme Court Oral Argument Shows How Religious Freedom Claims Have Become Ideologically Charged. Cornell Law professor Michael Dorf discusses yesterday’s oral arguments before the U.S. Supreme Court in Sebelius v. Hobby Lobby Stores, Inc. and Conestoga Wood Specialty Stores Corp. v. Sebelius, which presented questions over the degree of religious freedom afforded to for-profit corporations.

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Tammy Bruce Quote: “Blacks who have not succumbed to the victim culture have been, are and will be doing quite well – all on their own, without handouts, affirmative action and other patronizing measures.”

An article defending profit in healthcare. It takes a lot of words I have not yet done a critical reading of, but I'm suspect of it's historical narrative, and I just totally disagree with his conclusion. I'll come back to this.

Paradigms: The Business of Discovering the Future

Evidence: From the economist - "Social policies Time to scrap affirmative action". Argument: This article speaks about the social effects of affirmative action in the United States. The author of the article feels that the use of affirmative action may at first open opportunities for diversity but in the end, that diversity will eventually end over time.

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With the Supreme Court considering a challenge to the affirmative action policy of the University of Texas, campuses like Michigan are finding new ways to attract minorities.

I believe that perfect balance is possible and that I will have it today. I choose to feel healed and loved. I reject all worries and concentrate only on the positive. I love myself for Who I am and what I've become.

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The Supreme Court might destroy affirmative action because this white woman’s grades weren’t good enough.

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