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Betsy Berkhemer-Credaire, CEO of 50/50 Women on Boards, in the Tom Bradley Conference Room at City Club LA in downtown Los Angeles on Sept. 3, 2021. California's first-in-the-nation law requiring women on corporate boards is being challenged in court this week on constitutional grounds. A trial begins Wednesday, Dec. 1, 2021, in a lawsuit by the conservative group Judicial Watch that claims spending taxpayer money to enforce the law violates the California Constitution. Berkhemer-Credaire, who lobbied in support of the law, said she's confident it will be upheld at trial. (Genaro Molina/Los Angeles Times via AP)

Courts say quotas still unconstitutional

- The Washington Times

The United States Supreme Court eventually found its way to ruling discrimination in favor of a class of people based on race and gender is as objectionable as discriminating against them.

Illustration on Biden's Iran nuke deal efforts by Alexander Hunter/The Washington Times

Recalculating the Iran nuke deal

- The Washington Times

Common sense yet survives. Despite President Biden's unwise push to resurrect the moribund Iran nuclear deal, there is a red line that he has refused to cross, at least thus far.

Michael Sussmann, a cybersecurity lawyer who represented the Hillary Clinton presidential campaign in 2016, walks toward the waiting members of the media outside the federal courthouse in Washington, Tuesday, May 31, 2022. Sussmann was acquitted Tuesday of lying to the FBI when he pushed information meant to cast suspicions on Donald Trump and Russia in the run-up to the 2016 election. (AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta)

The Sussmann trial fail

- The Washington Times

Justice has spoken. Former Clinton campaign attorney Michael Sussmann has been tried on the charge of making a false statement to the FBI during the concocted Trump-Russia collusion saga. "Not guilty," concluded a jury of his peers.