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Queens Supreme Court Justice Louis Nock said he had to release the man accused of attacking an undercover Asian NYPD cop without bail due to New York's new bail rules:
Suspect Ricardo Hernandez, 32 — who faces three hate-crime charges in the attack on the unnamed cop on a Long Island City train platform around 5:30 p.m. Saturday — has at least 12 prior arrests under his belt.

In San FranciscoOaklandNew York City, and Atlanta, Americans of Asian descent have been attacked in a surge of crimes.  These attacks have fueled nationwide rallies, vigils and virtual events, with participants shouting “Stop Asian Hate” to all within earshot or on Zoom.  Social media posts with the now trendy hashtag, #Stop Asian Hate, have proliferated.

Coca-Cola Company is barrelling full-steam ahead in the hopes of being crowned the most wokest woke company of uber-woke 2021.  Last month, Professor Jacobson wrote about "Coca-Cola Impos[ing] Racial Quotas On Outside Counsel Staffing. This month, we learn that Coca-Cola is forcing its employees to attend a divisive, destructive online course designed to make them hate themselves because of the color of their skin.

At the beginning of this month, Princeton University President Christopher L. Eisgruber, penned a letter to the Princeton community which claimed that racism is "embedded" in structures of the university. The Department of Education took this claim seriously and has launched an investigation. If schools are going to make these claims, it's about time that we take them at their word.

I first heard of Critical Race Theory back in 2012 from Andrew Breitbart, and like all decent, law-abiding, fair-minded, non-racist Americans, I was appalled by it.  As Breitbart warned at the time, this then-radical Marxism-based divisive, destructive theory is being mainstreamed.  It has moved out of our universities and into our culture, society, and even our government.

We constantly hear that there is systemic racism in higher education. That's true, except not in the way propagandized. The last existing systemic racism in higher ed takes place in the admissions process at elite institutions, in order to achieve a racial mix preferred by administrators and activists. The primary victims of such practices are people of Asian descent.
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