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The Invincible Dogma

Paul1609 Wrote: Apr 03, 2012 2:07 PM
A question for the esteemed Dr. Sowell: What can we do about it?
VAMtns Wrote: Apr 03, 2012 2:41 PM
Since you do not seem to know the power we the citizens have, I will tell you. First, try replacing the current federal, state, and local governments with significantly smaller, more efficient, and smarter governments. Second, do a Rebellion! Third, do a Revolution!
Surtr Wrote: Apr 03, 2012 4:09 PM
Good luck with that.

We are fully 1/3 Black & Hispanic. Do you think they'll allow you to just vote away their lawsuits, affirmative action, college seats, and accept that statistical disparities don't equal discrimination?

Or, will they, in the name of their self-interest and esteem, keep on voting themselves benefits & insisting that companies hire/promote according to the population %?
Surtr Wrote: Apr 03, 2012 2:34 PM
Stop importing millions of people from groups who cannot compete and so use their growing numbers to demand affirmative action hiring, welfare benefits, set-aside college seats, lawsuits, and even more disastrous immigration of their also-failing kin.

The dogma truly is invincible-- it's what will always happen when people give applause to the clap-trap "Diversity is our GREATEST strength."
A long-standing legal charade was played out again recently, when Federal Express paid $3 million to settle an employment discrimination case brought by the U.S. Department of Labor.

Federal Express was accused of both racial discrimination and sex discrimination. FedEx denied it.

Why then did they pay the $3 million? Because it can cost a lot more than $3 million to fight a discrimination case. Years ago, the Sears department store chain spent $20 million fighting a sex discrimination charge that took 15 years to make its way through the legal labyrinth. In the end, Sears won -- if spending $20 million and...