The White House's Kagan talking points are wrong

We questioned Harvard Law's diversity record under Elena Kagan. The White House pushed back. To their way of thinking, it does not matter if you don't hire people of color and it does not matter if you only hire one-in-five women because no one is going to care. Full Story »

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