Harvard Law School’s Professor Larry Tribe, who has turned into a left-wing crank, is offering a seminar titled “Constitutional Law 3.0: The Trump Trajectory.” It is a seminar open to only 12 students approved by the professor. This is how Tribe describes the course:
HomeFacebookTwitterMinnesota EconomyHealth CareFamiliesGovernanceEducationEmployee FreedomWhen a high school slides downhill from pre-eminence to mediocrity, one symptom is violence. A school that no longer stands for high standards has a harder time maintaining control over its more unruly students. Such violence may be racial in nature, but that shouldn’t be a surprise in a school where students have been taught from kindergarten that the most important thing about them is the color of their skin, and that members of some races are relentlessly oppressed in 21st century America–even the ones privileged enough to attend, for example, Edina High School. A school whose highest purpose is stimulating racial conflict can hardly pretend to be shocked when racial conflict turns to violence.
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The mainstream media is in a dilemma. What to do when a black woman verbally attacks Islam on twitter?Oh, I know! don’t identify the attacker as black, call her a white supremacist. Readers will presume she is a snow-white, rebel-flag-toting, pickup-driving redneck. Until they are found out to be liars, of course. But by then who cares, the story will have been read a million times.
In 2014, the Obama administration promulgated a “guidance” to America’s public schools that threatened federal investigations and litigation against schools where black students are disciplined (e.g., by suspension) more often, on a pro rata basis, than white students, on the ground that such numerical discrepancy is evidence of discrimination. Many schools responded by adopting discipline quotas, which meant in practice that after a certain number of students of a particular race had been suspended, teachers and administrators were helpless to enforce any kind of discipline in classrooms.