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Older and jobless – the U.S. recovery’s forgotten story

Six years after the Great Recession ended, jobless older workers are the forgotten story of the economic recovery. U.S. employers are creating hundreds of thousands of new jobs every month, but millions of older workers who want a job cannot find work. The economic data documenting the problem is clear. So is one of the

Whites Need Not Apply for Reasons of ‘Diversity’

2012 Olympic BasketBall Players

Not much is said about reverse discrimination. There was the 1978 Bakke case where the Supreme Court ruled that it was unconstitutional Medical School at the University of California at Davis to set aside 16 of 100 seats for non-white students. The non-white set asides was justified to create “diversity in the classroom.