I found the interview [above] between Fareed Zakaria and Professor Minxin Pei to be quite a treat. A conservation between two experts on the larger question of China and its future, discussing the issues in a kind of Kissinger style realpolitik, was simply amazing!
Still, I have a question. It is rumored that Mitt Romney will be next semester's Res Publica speaker.
Can we expect a CMC IQ discussion with one of the government professors and Governor Romney? Will the College continue to selectively cover the accomplishments and careers of its conservative faculty and students? [Let's hope it is the ever conversant and observant, Professor Kesler.]
Sunday, November 22, 2009
By Charles Johnson at 10:38 PM
By Charles Johnson at 10:21 PM
I'm confused. I, and The Claremont Independent, have documented repeated instances of discrimination on the basis of race on several of the campuses using the same kind of disparate admisison rate statistics, and of course, there's more evidence of discrimination a larger magnitude in discrimination against Asians and whites and in favor of blacks and Hispanics than there is between men and women. Does anyone else report on it? Nope. Why not? Perhaps because political correctness stymies real debate about these issues.
I'm sure, of course, that if we look at the admissions rates between men and women at Harvey Mudd, we would also find disparate rates of admission. Is that evidence of discrimination?