Let us acknowledge a few gross disparities and decide whether they represent what lawyers and judges call a "pattern and practice of discrimination," while at the same time thinking about what corrective action might be taken.
The surprisingly robust growth in the US economy in 2014 may have been due to the late 2013 decision by Congress to cease extensions of unemployment benefits. When the federal government stopped sending checks to people who remained unemployed, more of them found work.
Jumping in front of a parade doesn't mean you're leading it.
Mandating equal outcomes isn't just unfair -- in the end, it makes us all worse off.
Given v. Diedrich on Voting
Do you believe voting advances liberty?