Dalhousie University, a public university in Nova Scotia, is advertising for a tenure-track professor of experimental chemistry position. The ad says the school is seeking someone "to teach undergraduate and graduate classes in chemistry and to develop vigorous and creative research programs with external funding." Oh, and that person must "self-identify in one or more of the following groups: indigenous persons, persons with a disability, racially visible persons, women and persons of a minority sexual orientation and/or gender identity."
After $67 billion and more than 20 years, the F-22 finally won a dogfight against an unarmed, nearly immobile opponent.
Now a judge has cleared him of wrongdoing and struck down the rule used to justify the arrest.
The last of the reelection campaign's defamation lawsuits against media outlets looks like it is headed for defeat, like all the others.
We may have finally discovered a limit to judicial immunity.
Russian Propaganda Has Succeeded in Persuading Credulous Americans That It Poses a Grave Threat to Democracy
Alarmists are unfazed by the lack of evidence that "foreign influence campaigns" have affected public opinion or voting behavior.