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Inviting BAM-N To Speak

According to an email I was forwarded, the featured speaker at a fundraiser in for MARAL Pro-Choice Michigan in Ann Arbor Thursday is non other than Miranda Massie. Miranda was the lead attorney for one group of student intervenors (the law students – not the undergrad intervenors) in the Grutter v. Bollinger affirmative action case. […]

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Looking for a snazzy t-shirt, hoodie, pencil, or tote bag? Yes, look no farther than your local Trotskyist-dominated, dogmatic affirmative action group BAM-N, who is selling all of these and more online on their website. Repeat after me: You can support affirmative action and not support BAM-N. In fact, virtually all do! (Thanks to David […]

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Yes, the latest Michigan Review is out, and I know you’re itching to read it’s hard-hitting and clear eyed reporting. Yes, in this week’s exciting issue, you can thrill to the verbal styling of Dan Levi, whose column “Just Stay Home,” is subtitled “Low Voter Turnout is Not Necessarily Bad for America”; or perhaps more […]

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The Detroit News published an editorial last Friday alleging the University of Michigan isn’t doing enough to protect the rights of the people trying to get petition signatures to add to the state’s constitution an amendment which would end all government affirmative action programs in the state. BAM-N has launched something they’re calling “Operation King’s […]

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A few Thoughts on BAM-N At the University of Michigan, an unpopular and sectarian political organization that has co-opted affirmative action activism almost entirely, apparently will the full knowledge and tacit cooperation of the administration. The campus, like the main character in Memento, seems to suffer from a profound amnesia – stubbornly unable to hold […]

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Detroit’s Metrotimes has picked up a BAM-N press release in an entry in their news hits section reporting that a Michigan-based KKK organization has “Endorsed” the Michigan Civil Rights Initiative, or the proposal connected to University of California Regent Ward Connerly that would ban all forms of public affirmative action in the state. The MCRI […]

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