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Diversity has become corporatized on American campuses, with scores of bureaucrats and administrators accentuating different pedigrees and ancestries.
A day after Rachel Fredrickson won the latest season of "The Biggest Loser," after shedding nearly 60 percent of her body weight, attention wasn't focused on her $250,000 win - but rather the criticism surrounding her loss.
President Obama's State of the Union address Tuesday night is shaping up as an election-year rallying cry to his Democratic base to fight for income equality in America, even as the gap between rich and poor grows during his presidency.
We can expect President Obama's big speech Tuesday night to be full of his usual class-warfare bloviation about the "lack of upward mobility" being the "defining problem of our time."
President Obama, who vowed to conquer Wall Street and revive opportunity for everyday Americans on Main Street, has this to show: Wall Street is home once again to the biggest concentration of billionaires on earth, while wages for the middle class have barely kept up with inflation.
The Democratic playbook for 2014 is out, and to nobody's surprise Obamacare has been relegated to the back pages. The year's hottest topic will be income inequality, which the left hopes to use to create a wedge between go-along-to-get-along Republicans and limited-government Tea Party types. President Obama calls it the "defining issue." Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid says "there's no greater challenge this country has than income inequality, and we must do something about it."
Like most other college campuses, the University of California at Berkeley has all the ingredients for a pitched battle over the school's financial ties to the fossil-fuel industry.
The nomination of Janet Yellen to become head of the Federal Reserve System has set off a flurry of media stories. Since she will be the first woman to occupy that position, we can only hope that this will not mean that any criticism of what she does will be attributed to sex bias or to a "war on women."
Investigators on Tuesday were still trying to pinpoint the exact cause of an explosion at University of California at Berkeley that injured several and sent the campus into evacuation mode.