The confirmation vote for James Kvaal, Biden’s pick to be Under Secretary at the Department of Education, stalled in the Senate as policy negotiations on student loans continue. Kvaal, who most recently served as the President of Institute for College Access & Success, was mired in allegations of insider trading and collusion with Wall Street […]
Tracy Stone Manning’s Questions for the Record were returned to the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee, and they show that she likely violated Congressional Ethic Laws and she likely committed mortgage fraud. AAF had outlined in its previous report that the loan she took from Montana developer Stuart Goldberg was deeply problematic. Stone-Manning’s answers […]
Fighting for the Right to Discriminate Through Racial Preferences While an activist lawyer at the Asian Pacific American Legal Center, Julie Su advocated for discriminatory hiring practices in California. She joined the left-wing ACLU to criticize a popular state referendum. In 1996, citizens of California passed Proposition 209 that banned the state from discrimination based […]
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