diversity

The Democrats and the Diversity Dilemma

Patrick J. Buchanan, The American Conservative

The minorities of color in the Democratic coalition are growing, as the base of the GOP is aging and shrinking. But these minorities are also becoming more rivalrous, competitive and demanding. And the further they move left, they more they move outside the American mainstream. We are no longer "one nation ... indivisible" We have almost ceased talking to one another. As for "under God," added in 1954, Democrats at their Charlotte Convention sought to have God excised from the party platform. "Liberty" has been supplanted by diversity, "justice" by equality.

The Unpardonable Heresy of Tucker Carlson

Patrick J. Buchanan, CNS News

America has always been more than an idea, an ideology or a propositional nation. It is a country that belongs to a separate and identifiable people with its own history, heroes, holidays, symbols, songs, myths, mores — its own culture. Again, where is the evidence that the more Americans who can trace their roots to the Third World, and not to Europe, the stronger we will be?

What if diversity isn't America's strength?

Jonah Goldberg, Los Angeles Times

If you read the Federalist Papers, you'll learn that among the top priorities of the founders was to ensure that the government, particularly any branch of government, not be too powerful. The Bill of Rights is all about constraining the power of government. The Constitution never once mentions the words "strength" or "strong." Neither does the Declaration of Independence. But both documents talk a great deal about freedom and liberty.

Diversity Obsession

Walter E. Williams, CNS News

The bottom-line question for black parents and black people in general is: Which is better, a black student's being admitted to an elite college and winding up in the bottom of his class or flunking out or being admitted to a less prestigious college and performing just as well as his white peers and graduating? I would opt for the latter. You might ask, "Williams, but how will the nation's elite colleges fulfill their racial diversity needs?" My answer is that's their problem.

Diversity Is Not Making College Students Any Brighter

Scott Greer, Daily Caller

The diversity obsession leads to a racial fixation that prizes students and teachers primarily on the color of their skin rather than their academic merit. No wonder why campus protesters feel like they can demand racial power at the expense of the student body as a whole.

Gosnell Abortion Film Too Much for Kickstarter’s ‘Diverse’ Censors

Phelim McAleer, New York Post

It seems the Kickstarter “community guidelines” don’t respect traditional sentiments — indeed, those are the ones that raise red flags. We should all be appalled by the double standard.