Quantcast
DOJ to Use Civil Rights Funding to Fight Against Affirmative Action: Report

DOJ to Use Civil Rights Funding to Fight Against Affirmative Action: Report

By Joe Tacopino, The New York Post


The Department of Justice is reportedly planning to redirect money earmarked for civil-rights enforcement and spend it on action against universities that allegedly “discriminate against white applicants” by adhering to affirmative-action policies.

The New York Times cites an internal document sent to the department’s civil-rights division that asks staff lawyers to work on a new project involving “investigations and possible litigation related to intentional race-based discrimination in college and university ­admissions.”

Conservatives, who have long fought affirmative action, hailed the project as “long overdue.”

A civil-rights lawyer, however, told the Times that the project was “deeply disturbing.”

Read more...

A Message to the U.S: China Tests Missiles During the Weekend

A Message to the U.S: China Tests Missiles During the Weekend

MAGA: Justice Dept. to Take On Affirmative Action in College Admissions that Discriminate Against White Applicants

MAGA: Justice Dept. to Take On Affirmative Action in College Admissions that Discriminate Against White Applicants