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Americans with Disabilities Act Decision — Forbes Article

The Americans with Disabilities Act has produced a lot of absurd decisions, but it’s hard to top a recent one by the Third Circuit. A man who is deaf and blind insisted that a Cinemark theater that was showing the movie Gone Girl had to accommodate his disability by providing ...

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Who Chooses to Run a Twitter Poll About the Holocaust Death Toll?

Do you know anyone who is a Holocaust denier? Or is, shall we say, “Holocaust-denial curious”? Short-lived Trump administration staffer Anthony Scaramucci is receiving criticism for an odd and disturbing Tweet put out by a social media account bearing his name that polled followers on how many Jews were killed in the ...

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Major League Baseball’s “Diversity Fellowship Program”

Major League Baseball recently announced a “Diversity Fellowship Program” that is explicitly limited to “person[s] of color” and women. What can I say? This is of course worse than the NFL’s Rooney Rule, which is also illegal, but which at least does not bar people on the basis of race ...

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Conservatives May Cheer Some of Jerry Brown’s Recent Vetoes

Conservatives find themselves in the unexpected position of cheering some of California Governor Jerry Brown’s recent vetoes. Most significantly, the Democrat-dominated state legislature wanted to effectively keep the Obama-era standards on sexual assault on campus in place within their state. The Obama administration guidelines, which were never subjected to public ...

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The Second World Wars

Start your day with Victor Davis Hanson: He’s my guest on The Bookmonger, and we have a 10-minute conversation about his new book, released today: The Second World Wars: How the First Global Conflict Was Fought and Won. original article on Fox news

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Tevi Troy for HHS Secretary

I want to echo Jonah, Yuval, and Hugh Hewitt, all of whom are touting Tevi Troy for HHS secretary. Tevi’s a friend of mine and a friend and respected colleague to many others as well. The high regard in which Tevi is held helps explain his unanimous confirmation as deputy ...

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“Human Life Review” & Carly Fiorina — Great Defender of Life Dinner

If you are traveling to New York City next week to attend NRI’s fourth annual William F. Buckley Jr. Prize Dinner, on October 25, consider spending an extra night in the Big Apple to celebrate the Human Life Review’s Great Defender of Life Dinner, which on October 26 will be ...

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Trustees & Faculty Hiring — Martin Center Article

Why do we have so many really awful professors on college faculties? One reason is that the hiring process is completely in the hands of academic departments, usually with minimal oversight from the administration. Therefore, when leftist radicals want a collegial (i.e., like-minded) new member of the department, they are ...

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Apple Diversity & Inclusion Vice President’s Affirmative Action Comments

Once again we learn that, in Silicon Valley as elsewhere in Corporate America, there is no place for politically incorrect truth-telling. What’s more, what the law says is not even part of the conversation. The latest kerfuffle involves Apple’s vice president of “inclusion and diversity,” who made the following statement ...

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The Conservative’s Guide to the 2017-2018 NBA Season

For the last ten days, the demands have been building. First they were confined to texts and tweets. Then came the calls and letters. Finally, there were the tearful personal visits. The people cried out with one voice, “When? When will we see the 2017-2018 conservative’s guide to the NBA?!?” Wait ...

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