Yes, if what you mean is outright racial preferences, that is, bonus points for being a certain race.
Abortion bans are predicated on assumptions about when life begins that have specific Christian theological assumptions baked into them.
Democracy entails more than merely majority rule. It implies concern about minority rights.
It’s incompatible with the essence of a liberal arts education.
Not as an abstract principle, true any time, but I approve of the tax and spending program proposed by President Biden, and I’m prepared to defend it on moral grounds.
Paul Barrett’s practical concerns about applying the First Amendment online are well-taken, but constitutional law demands this result in certain cases.
We’re living with an unprecedented threat to free speech, with much of today’s public discourse controlled by a handful of companies with unsurpassed wealth and power—companies whose capitalization values exceed the economies of major developed countries.
What undermines democracy is the use of electronic surveillance by government without tight limits: judicial oversight, transparent policies and publicly available information after the fact.
I respect Norm Coleman, but in his comments he repeats the demonstrably false talking point that the Democratic Party has moved to socialism.