15 August 2017 – Press Overview

Trump’s IRS Swamp, Kim Strassel, WSJ

Obama appointees still have jobs at the IRS and use their positions to fight conservative political groups.

Google Racial and Gender Employee Statistics

Why I Was Fired by Google, James Damore, WSJ

Why Conservatives Response to Google Memo is Hypocritical, Josephine Livingston, New Republic

Josephine Livingston Academia Profile. PhD in literature. Here thesis was about race and nationalism in Middle English Romance …

Sundar Pichai Should Resign as Google’s CEO, David Brooks, NYT

Google Has Done a Horrible Thing to Its Employees, Andrew Klavan, PJ Media

The Uncomfortable Truth About Affirmative Action and Asian-Americans, Jeannie Suk Gerson, New Yorker

Suk Gersen is a Harvard Law Professor where she teaches things like social justice. From the article: “It is unrealistic to think that universities like Harvard can immediately stop privileging white applicants, given the current whiteness of their donors, but that picture will change over time. It was as Jews gained more political power and became more likely to be donors that élite schools’ discrimination against them waned. And, for the first time, racial minorities are a majority of this year’s entering class at Harvard. The enrollment of Asians is the highest ever, at more than twenty-two per cent, with their increased share cutting into white, rather than black or Latino, enrollment.”

Why a Universal Basic Income Would Be a Calamity, Dan Nidess, WSJ

We’re Holding Pyongyang to Account, J Mattis & R Tillerson, WSJ

White Supremacists Were Not The Only Thugs Tearing Up Charlottesville, D C McAllister, Federalist

Beware the Obamacare industrial complex, Stephen Moore, Washington Times





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