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Steve Chapman
1954 -

American columnist for the Chicago Tribune, syndicated by Creators Syndicate Inc. and appearing in more than 60 newspapers across the U.S.


There is a war going on between law enforcement and privacy, and privacy is losing.

Feb. 22, 2001 - from "Technology Widens Privacy War", published by Creators Syndicate Inc.
One of the little-noticed facts about racial preferences in university admissions is that applicants of Asian ancestry are penalized, not helped. Why? Not because they've suffered less discrimination on average than, say, Latinos. But because, as a group, they've been too successful -- particularly when it comes to college grades and law school test scores. The diversity [some universities] seek is an oddly one-dimensional kind. Race overrides everything else.

Apr. 5, 2001 - from "Worshipping 'Diversity' At The University of Michigan", published by Creators Syndicate Inc.