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Where Is Race Interaction?

February 12, 2016


When I was at University of Missouri in the 1950s, we drank our flat beers, and we’d sing along: “It don’t matter if you’re black or white.” Today many share the view that interaction between the races is all but impossible without the guiding hand of race experts. We hear “white students and white faculty” […]

Missouri Voter ID Bill Flat Wrong

February 2, 2016


Missouri is likely to pass voter ID bill this year because of a Supreme Court decision. Also, this is taking place during an election year, but there is little evidence of voter fraud at the polls. A wrongheaded Supreme Court decision struck down Congress’ formula for deciding that states must get their election changes “pre-cleared” […]