At a Washington Post Live event, Robert Costa questioned 2020 Democratic hopeful Andrew Yang about his use of Asian stereotypes and his ‘MATH’ gear.
In this country where everyone is created equal, we need a color-blind college admission process. No one should be penalized or rewarded because of the color of his skin.
The pushback is the latest evidence that Democrats’ relentless push of identity politics is driving key groups of their traditional coalition away.
Affirmative action creates a fixed mindset that because one is born into a specific racial or ethnic group, one is entitled to certain privileges such as lowered criteria.
Both Neomi Rao and Patrick Bumatay have immense potential as conservative jurists. Democrats see that and are getting scared.
How the story of Wong Kim Ark helped to establish birthright citizenship for Chinese immigrants and break down legal hurdles for other Chinese newcomers.
The lesson this elite university and others really teach is that working hard and playing by the rules are for the little people, not the future Masters of the Universe.
Mainstream media conveniently downplay or even ignore this fact in story after story on the ins and outs of race-based admission processes in colleges.
When privileged Asian-Americans argue race-based discrimination is acceptable, they allow themselves to be used as a wedge group.
Is American ‘white’ culture, one that ‘swallows up’ Asian identity? Progressives would like you to believe so, but it’s not the case.
‘Crazy Rich Asians’ surpassed $25 million in ticket sales in the opening weekend across both the United States and Canada, beating Mark Wahlberg’s action thriller ‘Mile 22.’
Progressives refuse to address the disproportionate harm done to Asian students by affirmative action policies. But everyone else is waking up to it.
As identity politics continue to produce discriminatory policies, Asian Americans are fighting back, and many are reexamining their steadfast loyalty to liberal causes and the Democratic Party.
The New York City mayor’s affirmative action plan discriminates against Asian-Americans in order to unfairly privilege blacks and Hispanics.
Progressives in New York City unhappy at the lack of diversity in its elite high schools are urging the mayor to lower the number of Asians admitted. This is unfair and wrong.
A YouTube lawsuit should be a wake up call for Asian Americans. For far too long, Democrats have been taking Asian American votes and loyalty for granted.
The New York Times has a responsibility to exercise greater discretion, rather than publish racially charged clickbait like an article arguing white supremacists have an Asian woman fetish.
Some of America’s brightest high schoolers are encouraged not to say they’re Asian on their college applications. The Department of Justice may change that.
If The Slants’ suit prevails in the Supreme Court, it could benefit other entities such as the Washington Redskins, who are likewise fighting for their constitutional right to free speech.
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