Jessica Gavora

Jessica Gavora is a writer in Washington, DC, with clients including former speaker of the house Newt Gingrich and the College Sports Council. Previously, she was the senior speechwriter to attorney

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Jessica Gavora is a writer in Washington, DC, with clients including former speaker of the house Newt Gingrich and the College Sports Council. Previously, she was the senior speechwriter to attorney general Alberto Gonzales. Under attorney general John Ashcroft, Ms. Gavora was chief speechwriter and a senior policy advisor at the Department of Justice.  She is also the author of Tilting the Playing Field: Schools, Sports, Sex and Title IX, published in May 2002 by Encounter Books.

Survey Before You Cut

James Madison University announced last week that it is cutting ten sports — seven for men and three for women — in order to comply with Title IX’s proportionality requirement.  ...

Mahoney

Was Maureen Mahoney merely loyally representing her client (Brown University, whose case against Title IX sex quotas she appealed to the Supreme Court in 1997) when she went on the ...
Politics & Policy

Girl Power

Long before there was an Axis of Evil, pro-gender-quota feminists perfected a preemptive war strategy that would fill Paul Wolfowitz’s heart with envy. The idea was to forestall reform to ...
Politics & Policy

Title IX Quota Creep

The 30th anniversary of Title IX, to be officially marked next week, has been dominated by news of quotas instituted under the federal anti-sex-discrimination law decimating men’s Olympic sports. Less ...
Politics & Policy

North to Alaska . . . Not

Alaska, more than any other state, elicits a sense of ownership among Americans. Unlike their attitude toward, say, New Jersey, Americans have a sense of entitlement when it comes to Alaska.  ...