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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - John F. Banzhaf Iii
Catholic University is allowed to segregate students' living quarters into same-sex dormitories, according to a ruling handed down Tuesday.
A local law professor and legal activist is challenging Catholic University's much-touted plans to begin converting to all-male and all-female dorms starting this fall, saying the plan violates city statutes forbidding sex discrimination.
Add equal bathroom access to life, liberty, happiness and the other things the government wants to make sure American citizens enjoy.
The wrong incentive system The article "Envoys lured to Baghdad with promise of prime spots" (Page 1, Friday) outlines a new State Department policy that is counterproductive to U.S. objectives. The new program offers midlevel diplomats a "prime" job location, mainly in Europe, following a term in Baghdad. Diplomats who work for a year solely for incentive are not what Iraq or the U.S. needs.
He said from his conversations with students at his school, the concern isn't so much privacy as it is safety, which is less of an issue at big events, where there are dozens of people using the restrooms at the same time.
Mr. Banzhaf said some courts have ruled that providing the exact same facilities still could be seen as having a disparate impact because of the inherent different challenges the two sexes face.