University of Northern Iowa Professors Say ‘Civility’ in Classrooms Reinforces ‘White Racial Power’

ㅤ”‘I feel like I treat everyone the same…To me, if you’re white or black…, then I’m going to treat you like you’re a human being. I guess I don’t see skin color whenever I see someone,’ one student respondent said. The professors went on to argue that the student’s colorblind approach is actually a ‘race-evasive’ strategy that reinforces ‘white racial power.'”

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Labor Board Reverses Obama-Era Employment Standards

ㅤ”The Republican controlled panel voted 3-2 to overturn a 2015 decision known as Browning-Ferris, stating a company was considered to be a ‘joint-employer’ with their subcontractors, according to The Hill.
ㅤNLRB released a statement saying in all future cases, two or more parties will be considered ‘joint employers’ if one party has direct control over the other party’s employment terms, The Hill reports.”

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Trump Breaks All-Time Record for Federal Appeals Judges as Senate Confirms James Ho to Fifth Circuit

ㅤPictured: James Ho

ㅤ”The White House says that Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) and Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley (R-IA) share much of the credit for the President’s historic numbers.”

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Senate Confirms Supreme Court Short-Lister Don Willett to Fifth Circuit Appeals Court

ㅤPictured: Don Willett

ㅤ”Before his confirmation, Willett served as a justice on the Texas Supreme Court. A graduate of Duke Law School, he began his career as a law clerk to a judge on the Fifth Circuit court he now joins. He later served as a special assistant to the President in the White House under Bush 43, then as Texas deputy attorney general.
ㅤWillett is also an Evangelical Christian. Although Evangelicals account for between 15 and 24 percent of the electorate, based on how the term is defined, they are currently underrepresented on the federal appeals courts. Christian conservatives are delighted to see President Trump’s willingness to consider members of their community for the bench, in an era where orthodox Christian beliefs are ridiculed in elite circles.”

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