Roger Clegg

Roger Clegg serves on the board of the Center for Equal Opportunity, where he was formerly president and general counsel.

Roger Clegg serves on the board of the Center for Equal Opportunity, where he was formerly president and general counsel; he also has a Christian blogsite at MerePensees.com. A former deputy assistant attorney general in the Reagan and Bush administrations, Clegg held the second highest positions in both the civil-rights division (1987-91) and in the environment and natural-resources division (1991-93). He also held several other positions at the U.S. Justice Department, including assistant to the solicitor general. Clegg is a graduate of Yale Law School.

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Seven Thoughts for 7/7

Far too many Democrats are afraid to tell their race extremists to be responsible, and far too many Republicans are afraid to tell Trump to be responsible.
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Re: Notes on the Purge

Hans Bader recounts here the Washington Post's doubling down after the Toles/Schafer incident, namely its recent move to enforce ideological orthodoxy.