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Topic - Terence J. Pell
The U.S. Justice Department is ever-vigilant against signs of "voter suppression" these days, most recently blocking - on the grounds that it would hurt blacks - a South Carolina law that would require voter identification. But the voting rights of some minorities, it appears, are more worth protecting than others.
But in Guam, where a racial agenda permeates the politics of the island and government action points to intentional race discrimination, he says, "the Obama administration can't be bothered to look into it."
"The Obama administration shows hypersensitivity to race in South Carolina," Terence J. Pell, president of the CIR, told me last week.