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Robert Wargas


February 18, 2012 - 11:19 am

Is it possible to go even one day without reading a story about “racism”? I submit that it is not. If I’m reading this story correctly, there is a class-action suit pending in Iowa in which

[t]he plaintiffs — up to 6,000 African-Americans passed over for state jobs and promotions dating back to 2003 — do not say they faced overt racism or discriminatory hiring tests in Iowa, a state that is 91 percent white. Instead, their lawyers argue that managers subconsciously favored whites across state government, leaving blacks at a disadvantage in decisions over who got interviewed, hired and promoted.

You may now be sued for actions that are notional or speculative: if they cannot be demonstrated empirically, they are still presumed to have occurred on some subcellular level. You are guilty by reason of metaphysics.


Robert Wargas is a regular contributor to PJ Media. A native of Long Island, he was educated at the City University of New York and Yale University, and has contributed reports and opinion pieces to Newsday and FrontPage Magazine on a range of topics. He also maintains an independent blog at Outside of his political writing, Wargas has worked as a professional historian for a large cancer-research institution, documenting the history of biotechnology since the 1970s. He can be reached at Follow him on Twitter @RobertWargas
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