Good Washington Times Editorial Today
It’s about the dubious nomination of Thomas Perez to head the Justice Department’s civil rights division. It mentions, among other things, his support for aggressive racial and ethnic admission preferences into medical school, to which Linda Chavez devoted an earlier column. He’s also a great fan of the disparate-impact approach to civil-rights enforcement, which likewise results in quotas, as I explain here. Indeed, he’s taken a position on firefighters and “diversity” eerily similar to the one New Haven unsuccessfully defended before the Supreme Court this year.