Project 21: Papers

Top Ten Acts of The Clinton Administration To Divide Americans By Race and Ethnicity, by Arturo Silva

On June 14, at the University of California, San Diego, President Clinton will deliver a speech on racial reconciliation and unveil a "race initiative." Whatever the President proposes, the black leadership group Project 21 has put together this Top 10 List to remind every American, of every race, that the President may speak the language of reconciliation, but his Administration has instituted and enforced policies of racial and ethnic division. ***Number 10. Using quotas to choose delegates to the Democratic National Convention. The 1996 Delegate Selection Rules by the Democratic National Committee required that the racial make-up of the delegates ...
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Should Public Health Be Sacrificed At the Altar of Political Correctness? by Roderick Conrad

When names like Arthur Ashe, Rock Hudson, and Kimberly Bergalis are mentioned, people automatically think of AIDS or HIV, the virus that causes AIDS. The fact that most Americans would know that Ashe, Hudson, and Bergalis died of AIDS is in no small part due to the enormous attention HIV and AIDS have received in the press for over a decade. The press is not alone; public health professionals also treat HIV and AIDS unlike any other infectious or contagious disease. Unfortunately, this special treatment may be aiding in the transmission of HIV. Research clearly indicates that the earlier HIV ...
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Does Speaker Gingrich Lack the Courage To Eliminate Racial Preferences? by Ryan Sager

"Repeal Affirmative Action Now!" screamed the headline of a recent article by Ward Connerly, the man primarily responsible for California's passage of the controversial Proposition 209, which ended racial preferences state-wide. Connerly argues that now is the perfect time for opponents of racial preferences to make their move -- and, indeed, it is. Ever since President Clinton's speech calling for support of racial preferences, the country has been awash in editorials decrying the practice, and polls have come out showing widespread disapproval. To quote Connerly, "If the President's opponents are unable to capitalize on this opportunity, there are only two ...
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