Geoffrey MillerSo how does Harvard discriminate against Asian applicants? The Admissions Office assigns much lower 'personal ratings' than do teachers & alumni interviewers who actually meet the applicants. This is a key fudge factor that hides their racist bias.
The zero-tolerance immigration policy is cruel and immoral, the former first lady writes.
Maggie HabermanIn powerful op-ed, Laura Bush, who rarely weighs in on policies of her husband's successors, calls the Trump family separation policy "immoral"
Ken DilanianLaura Bush: “These images are eerily reminiscent of the Japanese American internment camps of World War II, now considered to have been one of the most shameful episodes in U.S. history.”
Neither Lionel Shriver nor Penguin seem to understand the nature of their argument
Tom Holland"The focus shifted from addressing the needs of working-class people from minority communities to providing better opportunities for middle-class professionals." Few have reflected more stimulatingly on this process than @kenanmalik
We are pleased to report that our inaugural Heterodox Academy Open Mind Conference was a great success! For those who were unable to tune-in or attend, or for those who would like to view a panel a…
Heather E HeyingThank you, @HdxAcademy, for spreading intellectual discomfort, and for facilitating conversations about why that’s necessary. #hxA2018 was packed—with amazing people, insights, and juxtapositions. Never before have I wished that a conference was longer.
Longtime political operative suspects the meeting in a South Florida restaurant was an FBI setup designed to hurt the Republican nominee.
Maggie HabermanStone and Caputo arranged a contact w Russian claiming Clinton dirt in 2016. Neither told congressional probers about it, but had memories jogged by Mueller. Now they’ve decided it was a set-up.
Jake TapperBreaking from @washingtonpost: Roger Stone says in May 2016 he met with a Russian man who offered damaging information about Hillary Clinton in exchange for $2 million, which Stone says he rejected
Why the complaint involving the president’s foundation is a road map for Mueller.
John Harwood“Trump Foundation’s largest-ever gift, $264,631, was used to renovate a fountain outside Trump’s Plaza Hotel. Its smallest-ever gift, for $7, was paid to the Boy Scouts in 1989, at a time when it cost $7 to register a new Scout. Trump’s oldest son was 11”
We need ways to control migration, but the separation of families shows us how not to do it.
John McCormack.@DouthatNYT: “separating children from their parents at the southern border, delivering them into a bureaucratic labyrinth while their fathers and mothers await trial or petition for asylum, is the wickedest thing the Trump administration has done so far”