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  • user warning: Table './conserva_drupal/cache_filter' is marked as crashed and should be repaired query: UPDATE cache_filter SET data = '<p>PREJUDICE: September 7, 2018</p>\n<p><img alt=\"\" src=\"http://www.conservativechronicle.com/sites/default/files/Greenberg.gif\" /></p>\n<p>Soon it will be time to pay at least lip service to the trials and tribulations encountered by Americans of Asian descent throughout American history. To quote from a highly quotable dissent in Korematsu v. United States, the infamous decision that upheld the internment of Japanese Americans in the hysterical opening days of our entering the Second World War, that historical tragedy in two acts:</p>\n<p> &ldquo;I DISSENT, therefore, from this legalization of racism. Racial discrimination in any form and in any degree has no justifiable part whatever in our democratic way of life. It is unattractive in any setting but it is utterly revolting among a free people who have embraced the principles set forth in the Constitution of the United States. All residents of this nation are kin in some way by blood or culture to a foreign land. Yet they are primarily and necessarily a part of the new and distinct civilization of the United States. They must accordingly be treated at all times as the heirs of the American experiment and as entitled to all the rights and freedoms guaranteed by the Constitution.&rdquo;<br />\n For an examination of this issue that is both scholarly and alarming, see the fine article by Cory R. Liu in the spring issue of Texas Review of Law &amp; Politics: &ldquo;Affirmative Action&rsquo;s Badge of Inferiority on Asian Americans.&rdquo; It says everything that needs to be said about this controversy and cause, and maybe then some.<br />\n Not until 2011 would the government of these not always United States of America formally renounce and denounce its support of the infamous decision in Korematsu, and so it remains on the law books as a precedent to be cited on sad occasion. Much like the bigoted anti-Asian legislation of the 19th and early 20th centuries &mdash; all sad evidence of this country&rsquo;s official and shameless bias against Americans of Asian heritage.</p>\n<p> WHAT A contrast with the ups and downs of how black Americans have been treated by law, custom and legal fashion in this country. Asians have yet to experience their own Brown v. Board of Education and all its various legal progeny. While this country&rsquo;s highest court has struck down Jim Crow laws one after the other, Asian-Americans still confront stereotypes that stand in the way of their advancement in this country.<br />\n &ldquo;One of the most enduring stereotypes about Asians in America,&rdquo; writes one of those Asian-Americans, &ldquo;is that we are book smart but lacking in social skills, creativity and independent thought. As the stereotype goes, we may be good at grueling work and studying for exams, but we tend to keep our heads down and stay quiet instead of speaking up and expressing our views. At first glance, the stereotype of academic prowess may appear to be positive, but time and time again, in the halls of elite power, the perception of Asians as one-dimensional bookworms persists.&rdquo; To quote one of those Asian-Americans, Buck Gee:<br />\n &ldquo;During my first couple of years in private practice at one of the top commercial boutiques in the United States, my colleagues treated me with the utmost professionalism and dignity, but some of the business people I interacted with did not. The COO of a health-care services company once asked me: &lsquo;Do you have a fortune cookie that can tell me how this mediation will end?&rsquo; (A) CEO ... once asked me: &lsquo;Do you have your work papers?&rsquo; A colleague of mine warned me about a representative of another Fortune 500 company who complained during a meeting that there were too many Asians at the University of Texas at Austin. And a lawyer at a brunch of the Houston Bar Association once asked me if he could call me the &lsquo;Terracotta Warrior.&rsquo; From an occasional faux pas to an outright appeal to racial prejudice, American society remains riddled with stereotypes about Asian-Americans.&rdquo;<br />\n To quote author Eric Liu: &ldquo;I was keenly aware of the unflattering mythologies that were attached to Asian-Americans: That we are indelibly foreign, exotic, math and science geeks, numbers people rather than people people, followers and not leaders, physically frail but devious and sneaky, unknowable and potentially treacherous. These stereotypes of Asian otherness and inferiority were like immense blocks of ice sitting before me, challenging me to chip away at them.&rdquo;</p>\n<p> BECAUSE THEY will not melt on their own, especially if the most prejudiced among us are blissfully unaware of their own prejudices. Don&rsquo;t be one of those ignoramuses; it&rsquo;s unbecoming, to say the least.</p>\n', created = 1576396268, expire = 1576482668, headers = '', serialized = 0 WHERE cid = '2:ad6ba6aac605d913edb7f724d2fe7182' in /home/conserva/public_html/includes/cache.inc on line 112.
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  • user warning: Table './conserva_drupal/cache_filter' is marked as crashed and should be repaired query: UPDATE cache_filter SET data = '<p>SUPREME COURT NOMINATIONS: July 26, 2018</p>\n<p><img alt=\"\" src=\"http://www.conservativechronicle.com/sites/default/files/Greenberg.gif\" /></p>\n<p>He&rsquo;s just a political hack, his Democratic opponents say about Brett Kavanaugh. Which is what they were saying about him more than a decade ago when he was seeking a seat on the District of Columbia&rsquo;s circuit court of appeals. Back then his nomination by President George W. Bush was held up for a couple of years until diehard Democrats in the Senate agreed to a deal that let him take his seat on that appellate court. One of those diehards, Sen. Patrick Leahy of Vermont, predicts that this &ldquo;will be a little bit different this time.&rdquo;</p>\n<p> IT SOUNDS like Sen. Leahy is still nursing an old grudge and won&rsquo;t let it go. For there&rsquo;s no loser like a sore one. Republicans can hope that this fight will turn out the same way the old one did &mdash; with a victory for their nominee. But that this time he&rsquo;ll win a seat on the highest court in the land.<br />\n Once upon that time long ago, Brett Kavanaugh worked with Kenneth Starr and his team to impeach President Bill Clinton, and showed they had every good reason to do so. And later Judge Kavanaugh would work to halt the contentious recount of votes in the presidential election of 2000 &mdash; and then, after that election, served as an aide to President George W. Bush.<br />\n That&rsquo;s how things are done when partisanship moves both parties. And it definitely does. For let&rsquo;s not pretend that decisions of the federal judiciary are brought by constitutional storks. Quite the contrary. It was the country&rsquo;s greatest chief justice of the Supreme Court, John Marshall, who set the example.<br />\n &ldquo;From 2006 to now,&rdquo; asks Sen. Lindsey Graham, South Carolina&rsquo;s sage contribution to the Judiciary Committee, &ldquo;what kind of judge has (Brett Kavanaugh) been?&rdquo; And answers: &ldquo;He&rsquo;s been what I thought he would be.&rdquo; Which is a good one.<br />\n And what kind of jurist does the senator think his Democratic counterparts believe Judge Kavanaugh has turned out to be? &ldquo;I bet you that he&rsquo;s been what they thought he would be.&rdquo; Who says committee hearings aren&rsquo;t revealing? Especially when it comes to revealing the power of our own passions and prejudices.</p>\n<p> NOW GET SET for a replay of those earlier hearings, only with higher stakes. History doesn&rsquo;t repeat itself, Mark Twain is reputed to have said, but it does rhyme. Sen. Charles Grassley, the grand old U.S. senator from the Grand Old Party who represents Iowa, has worked with his Democratic colleague, Dianne Feinstein of California, to draw up a list of bipartisan questions about Judge Kavanaugh&rsquo;s activities during that stage of his political/legal career. What could be fairer?<br />\n Democratic senators are warning that a new justice of the country&rsquo;s Supreme Court who would take the place of retiring Justice Anthony Kennedy would leave the high court without a swing vote to moderate/blur its opinions on key issues like abortion and the Affordable Care Act that has proven unaffordable. And the Democrats are already demanding copies of the emails, paperwork and work product in general that Brett Kavanaugh produced when he was working for President Bush, which could amount to hundreds of thousands of pages.<br />\n Back in 2010, wasn&rsquo;t that the method of operation used by Republicans in the confirmation hearings for Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan? And surely what was sauce for the Republican goose back then is now a fit tactic for the Democratic gander. In the end, a bipartisan group of senators agreed to confirm a number of Bush 41&rsquo;s nominees for the bench. But they retained the right or maybe just the power to filibuster some of those nominations in &ldquo;extraordinary circumstances.&rdquo; Which is just what they were preparing to do when President Barack Obama chose to nominate his solicitor general Elena Kagan to the high court.</p>\n<p> IT&rsquo;S A GREAT game at which each of the parties excels and is likely to go on as long as nominations to the Supreme Court of the United States do. It&rsquo;s called politics.</p>\n', created = 1576396269, expire = 1576482669, headers = '', serialized = 0 WHERE cid = '2:aa117d58a40ae69daee9ae28e2db4dd5' in /home/conserva/public_html/includes/cache.inc on line 112.
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  • user warning: Table './conserva_drupal/cache_filter' is marked as crashed and should be repaired query: UPDATE cache_filter SET data = '<p>HUMANITY: July 17, 2018</p>\n<p><img alt=\"\" src=\"http://www.conservativechronicle.com/sites/default/files/Greenberg.gif\" style=\"width: 300px; height: 116px;\" /></p>\n<p>Again and again, brave Thai divers plunged into the murky waters of a flooded cave to search for a soccer team and its coach in the dark depths. At last, after days of tension that seemed to last forever and drew the attention of the whole world, the official in charge of this complex international rescue mission was able to announce a triumphant breakthrough: &ldquo;After days of waiting ... we saw the boys&rsquo; faces&rdquo; &mdash; and a reflection of our own features in theirs. The destiny of the boys in the cave had drawn all of us together like one family &mdash; the human family.</p>\n<p> THERE WAS high drama as public opinion around the globe followed every suspenseful detail. &ldquo;The operation went much better than expected,&rdquo; said the chief of this rescue mission. As for the cave-divers, &ldquo;They hugged the boys beneath them while they were wearing full-face masks.&rdquo;<br />\n Yes, give &lsquo;em a happy ending every time, though this was scarcely the end of the story or even much of a beginning. For much work remained to be done. Visibility inside the cave was close to zero at some points, but these heroes weren&rsquo;t deterred by the darkness or the dangers present down there in the bowels of the earth.<br />\n Of the 90 cave-divers, 50 were foreigners who had stepped forward to join this Mission Impossible &mdash; evidence that a crisis can bring out the best, not just the worst, in our human family. We might have our long-standing resentments and jealousies (&ldquo;Mama loved you best!&rdquo;), our sibling rivalries and quarrels. But when push comes to the inevitable shove and outsiders threaten our solidarity, we&rsquo;re prepared to stand together against the whole world if need be.</p>\n<p> FOR WE ALSO know that divided we fall, and united we stand. Because whatever happens, however riven or neglected, frayed and tattered, shattered and splintered, we are all united, whatever our tribe or clan. So let us sink or swim, together, caring for one another till the end, whatever it turns out to be. Man the Voyager, not so different after all these eons remains His creature, and must account one day to the Creator himself. And will prevail.<br />\n William Faulkner said it: &ldquo;I believe that man will not merely endure: He will prevail. He is immortal, not because he alone among creatures has an inexhaustible voice, but because he has a soul, a spirit capable of compassion and sacrifice and endurance. The poet&rsquo;s, the writer&rsquo;s duty is to write about these things. It is his privilege to help a man endure by lifting his heart, by reminding him of the courage and honor and hope and pride and compassion and pity and sacrifice that have been the glory of his past. The poet&rsquo;s voice need not merely be the record of man, it can be one of the props, the pillars to help him endure and prevail.&rdquo;</p>\n<p> SO WHETHER it is a lonely cave-diver or the organizer of a vast international effort to save one soccer team, he needs to keep pressing on with no boundaries of race or tribe to block his way. Thank you, cave-divers, for reminding all of us of our duty and our calling: To let the light shine in dark places and so eventually illumine the whole of His creation. May there be many more such lessons to teach us how to live and, when necessary, how to die in a cause worthy of man and his God.</p>\n', created = 1576396269, expire = 1576482669, headers = '', serialized = 0 WHERE cid = '2:85e90d40b1301c588f9d379af57f451f' in /home/conserva/public_html/includes/cache.inc on line 112.
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  • user warning: Table './conserva_drupal/cache_filter' is marked as crashed and should be repaired query: UPDATE cache_filter SET data = '<p>BASEBALL: June 27, 2018</p>\n<p><img alt=\"\" src=\"http://www.conservativechronicle.com/sites/default/files/Greenberg.gif\" /></p>\n<p>By divine decree, the year is divided into two parts: The good old summertime and the offseason. Happily, we in the Northern Hemisphere are now entering the golden months when our world can narrow its focus to the diamond.<br />\n There&rsquo;s no doubt it would take considerable legal acumen to explain the infield fly rule as a case study of Anglo-American jurisprudence in studied action or the absence thereof.</p>\n<p> I SAW MY first major league game at the old original Comiskey Park in Chicago, and just sat there watching Connie Mack (formerly Cornelius McGillicuddy) in the visitors&rsquo; dugout, signaling plays with his scorecard. Nary a word did he speak, yet he communicated with rare eloquence and to great effect. In my old age, I cannot recall who won the ballgame that day. For the game itself was all that matters. And still is.<br />\n No wonder the late great Richard S. Arnold was a great baseball fan, for it is the thinking man&rsquo;s game. Those who deride it as all too slow don&rsquo;t appreciate or even apprehend how much of the game takes place between pitches, as the involved fan thinks of all the possibilities waiting to unfold. Much as a chess player might consider his next move in a world full of alternate endings &mdash; and/or beginnings. Only the amateur would limit himself in such a rich universe of manifold starts, finishes and thoughtful pauses to consider them.</p>\n<p> A MIND is a terrible thing to waste on a brutish alternative like football to baseball as the national pastime. And it is not a good indication of what the future holds for this country when football usurps the place of baseball when it comes to thinking about our national destiny. It&rsquo;s a sure sign not of progress but decadence. Just as Great Britain&rsquo;s heroic encounters on the battlefield were first rehearsed on the playing fields of Eton, so Napoleon Bonaparte&rsquo;s overweening ambitions and fatal misjudgments were first unveiled by his choice of recreations. Apparently he had none, so obsessed was he by unhealthful dreams of conquest. And it would take more than a whiff of grapeshot to reveal their all-consuming vanity.<br />\n Beware the man who has no room for recreation in his thoughts. Winston Churchill turned out to be a fully engaged Sunday painter when he wasn&rsquo;t mobilizing the English language and sending it into victorious battle. And so it is with the greats of history, who take their hobbies with them when they aren&rsquo;t waging battles to save civilization.<br />\n Recreation, lest we forget, is a word stemming from the concept of re-creation, and that is just what the ardent fan of this most beautiful of games does when he is fully engaged in watching it. Nothing else matters at the time, or should. The rosters of the opposing sides have long since been forgotten by all but statisticians, yet that particular game stays alive and vibrant in never-fading memory, as if it were being played right now. Right down to the hard feel of the bleachers, the roar of the crowd and its indelible memory.</p>\n<p> SO, YES, let&rsquo;s play ball, though baseball is scarcely child&rsquo;s play but as serious a preoccupation as grownups can get when they are truly blessed.</p>\n', created = 1576396269, expire = 1576482669, headers = '', serialized = 0 WHERE cid = '2:a1ea84cd061f771e7ad0ef451593c8a0' in /home/conserva/public_html/includes/cache.inc on line 112.
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  • user warning: Table './conserva_drupal/cache_filter' is marked as crashed and should be repaired query: UPDATE cache_filter SET data = '<p>PAUL MANAFORT: June 22, 2018</p>\n<p><img alt=\"\" src=\"http://www.conservativechronicle.com/sites/default/files/Greenberg.gif\" style=\"width: 300px; height: 116px;\" /></p>\n<p>Paul Manafort isn&rsquo;t the first prominent political personage to be advised that, no matter what else he may do, never, never lie to the FBI or violate his oath to tell the truth in any other way. Because it will come back to haunt him.<br />\n In this case, his nemesis was a federal judge by the name of Amy Berman Jackson, her honor and avenging angel. &ldquo;This is not middle school,&rdquo; she said. &ldquo;I can&rsquo;t take away his cellphone. ... This hearing is not about politics. It is not about the conduct of the office of special counsel. It is about the defendant&rsquo;s conduct.&rdquo;</p>\n<p> OR AS THE judge told Mr. Manafort in the course of a 90-minute hearing and severe lecture: &ldquo;I&rsquo;m concerned you seem to treat these proceedings as another marketing exercise.&rdquo; That was and is a mistake, and he soon found out just how bad a mistake he&rsquo;d made as he was led off to the hoosegow.<br />\n Mr. Manafort must be aware of other politicians to get such wise advice and then ignore it. The name William Jefferson Clinton springs to mind &mdash; like a steel trap all baited and ready to snap shut on his most vulnerable parts. Pride still goeth before a fall, and in the case of presidents and their aides, it&rsquo;s a long, long way. So better not look down.</p>\n<p> AND YET there are still high and mighty pols, not to mention lower-downs, who show at least no outward signs of remorse as they proceed on their treacherous way in the course of this high-wire act. &ldquo;Never let &lsquo;em see you sweat,&rdquo; seems to be their guiding principle if they have no other.<br />\n According to the prosecutors, on the very day after he was indicted in connection with various offenses, Mr. Manafort began trying to sway the testimony of a couple of members of a PR team who&rsquo;d worked with him, sending them encrypted messages. The prosecutors allege that he tried to cover his electronic tracks by using a sophisticated method known as foldering, by which multiple recipients of his emails could be given access to his communiques in draft form rather than his actually sending them. Oh, if only his conscience were as deep and active as his knowledge of computer science.</p>\n<p> BUT THIS time Paul Manafort may only have outwitted himself. The accusations against him may be many, but they all stem from a single failure &mdash; that of his conscience.</p>\n', created = 1576396269, expire = 1576482669, headers = '', serialized = 0 WHERE cid = '2:8314f3ef0fdf0cf888d3911d073f0db3' in /home/conserva/public_html/includes/cache.inc on line 112.
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  • user warning: Table './conserva_drupal/cache_filter' is marked as crashed and should be repaired query: UPDATE cache_filter SET data = '<p>FOREIGN POLICY: June 19, 2018</p>\n<p><img alt=\"\" src=\"http://www.conservativechronicle.com/sites/default/files/Greenberg.gif\" /></p>\n<p>The best word for this American administration may be mercurial. If not, it&rsquo;ll do till a better term emerges to describe its chief executive and master dealmaker, Donald J. Trump, who one day is threatening the North Korean regime with fire and fury unless it abandons its nuclear weapons and the next is promising both trade and aid if only it will mend its ways.<br />\n Who knows what course it will pursue next? Indeed, this country&rsquo;s foreign policy can be as quixotic as North Korea&rsquo;s. The State Department offers our Iranian adversaries both carrot and stick, and which it will hold out next is anybody&rsquo;s guess.</p>\n<p> BEFORE HE became this president&rsquo;s national security adviser, mustachioed John Bolton put it in the most direct way: &ldquo;The behavior and objectives of the (North Korean) regime are not going to change and, therefore the only solution is to change the regime itself.&rdquo; It was as simple as that. But all that was then.<br />\n Today is a different story, and who knows what tomorrow&rsquo;s line out of the White House will be? Perhaps not even this American president himself. For greater influence may bring with it only greater doubts about which is the wiser course to follow. At the moment, this country would seem to have a posture when it comes to Iran, but not yet a policy that personifies it.<br />\n Foreign-policy sage Walter Russell Meade put it this way in the Wall Street Journal the other day: &ldquo;As Mr. Trump&rsquo;s North Korea diplomacy has shown, he is capable, for better or worse, of combining sensational threats with extraordinary overtures of peace. He can shift from threatening North Korea with &lsquo;fire and fury&rsquo; one week to promising aid and trade the next. His Iran policy is likely to be at least as dramatic, confusing and hard to predict.&rdquo;</p>\n<p> IT WAS NONE other than Barack Obama, our former president, who summed up the objective of any deal with Iran this way: &ldquo;I think there are hard-liners inside of Iran that think it is the right thing to do to oppose us, to seek to destroy Israel, to cause havoc in places like Syria or Yemen or Lebanon. And then I think there are others inside Iran who think that this is counter-productive. And it is possible that if we sign this nuclear deal, we strengthen the hand of those more moderate forces inside of Iran.&rdquo;<br />\n Ri-i-ight. It was Robert Gates, who served as President Obama&rsquo;s secretary of defense during his first term, who explained that pursuing a nuclear deal with Iran &ldquo;is based on the president&rsquo;s hope that over a 10-year period with the sanctions being lifted that the Iranians will become a constructive stakeholder in the international community. That&mdash;as their economy begins to grow again&mdash;they will abandon their ideology, their theology, their revolutionary principles, their meddling in various parts of the region.&rdquo; To borrow a dismissive phrase from our friends the British, that&rsquo;s not bloody well likely, isn&rsquo;t it? We wouldn&rsquo;t stake our lives on it, or ask our allies to gamble their own on that happening.</p>\n<p> YOU MIGHT as well believe that tigers will give up their teeth and claws, and emerge as tame pussycats. Let it be said that this current administration isn&rsquo;t about to believe any such thing. What do you think, Gentle Reader? Will the tiger forget his stripes and adopt a new wardrobe of spots instead? It takes more than imagination to dream up such a picture; it takes a suicidal impulse.</p>\n', created = 1576396269, expire = 1576482669, headers = '', serialized = 0 WHERE cid = '2:2642d70901795193fc21eb30992df755' in /home/conserva/public_html/includes/cache.inc on line 112.
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Paul Greenberg

09/14/2018 - 6:03pm
PREJUDICE: September 7, 2018 Soon it will be time to pay at least lip service to the trials and tribulations encountered by Americans of Asian descent throughout American history. To quote from a highly quotable dissent in Korematsu v. United States, the infamous decision that upheld the internment of Japanese Americans in the hysterical opening days of our entering the Second World War, that...
07/29/2018 - 7:46am
SUPREME COURT NOMINATIONS: July 26, 2018 He’s just a political hack, his Democratic opponents say about Brett Kavanaugh. Which is what they were saying about him more than a decade ago when he was seeking a seat on the District of Columbia’s circuit court of appeals. Back then his nomination by President George W. Bush was held up for...
07/20/2018 - 7:21pm
HUMANITY: July 17, 2018 Again and again, brave Thai divers plunged into the murky waters of a flooded cave to search for a soccer team and its coach in the dark depths. At last, after days of tension that seemed to last forever and drew the attention of the whole world, the official in charge of this complex international rescue mission was able...
06/29/2018 - 9:32pm
BASEBALL: June 27, 2018 By divine decree, the year is divided into two parts: The good old summertime and the offseason. Happily, we in the Northern Hemisphere are now entering the golden months when our world can narrow its focus to the diamond. There’s no doubt it would take considerable legal acumen to explain the infield fly rule as a...
06/23/2018 - 12:17pm
PAUL MANAFORT: June 22, 2018 Paul Manafort isn’t the first prominent political personage to be advised that, no matter what else he may do, never, never lie to the FBI or violate his oath to tell the truth in any other way. Because it will come back to haunt him. In this case, his nemesis was a federal judge by the name of Amy Berman...
06/23/2018 - 11:13am
FOREIGN POLICY: June 19, 2018 The best word for this American administration may be mercurial. If not, it’ll do till a better term emerges to describe its chief executive and master dealmaker, Donald J. Trump, who one day is threatening the North Korean regime with fire and fury unless it abandons its nuclear weapons and the next is...
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