Lee in the Mountains

Doing the Lord's Work by Saving the White Race

One Nation, Indivisible

How about it white man? Are we divisible? Is diversity what you value? Or do you value achievement & personal responsibility? Do you value your familty and our ancestors? Do you value the nation they help to set up and preserve or are we going to let it die?

Stand up White man!

One Nation, Indivisible
Fifteen years ago, the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit flouted Supreme Court law when it struck down affirmative action at the University of Texas Law School. Last week, in an act of redemption, the appellate court upheld an admissions plan for undergraduates at the University of Texas at Austin that takes race into account to encourage diversity. The plan was adopted after the Supreme Court again approved affirmative action in higher education in 2003.

Like many other universities, the University of Texas values diversity’s many educational benefits. Students educated in a diverse university are better prepared for a diverse work force and for helping bring about what the Supreme Court called the dream of “one nation, indivisible.”

When the Fifth Circuit said the university couldn’t consider race in admissions in 1996, Texas passed the Top 10 Percent Law that used geographic diversity as a proxy for race. Any resident graduating in the top tenth of a high school class is assured admission to a state university. Four-fifths of the places in each University of Texas at Austin class have been for Top 10 students.

http://www.nytimes.com/2011/01/27/opinion/27thu3.html?_r=1

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