While we’re at it… have any renown journalists in the liberal media located Obama’s cocaine dealer yet?
Op/ed writer Hal Lambert of RealClearPolitics.com has done an excellent chronological breakdown of the whys and the wherefores of Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s (D-Mass.) Harvard employment and subsequent long ride on the fairy tale that she’s actually a so-called “woman of color.”
As cited by Lambert;
In 1993, Harvard Law School offered Warren a highly coveted tenured professor job. The record is clear as to how she obtained the offer — Harvard had been the subject of a discrimination lawsuit at the time regarding its hiring practices, and the school was openly trying to hire women and people of color at its law school.
Warren did not begin her job until 1995 due to “family reasons,” but shortly after she started, Harvard Law School News Director Mike Chmura began touting her as the first woman of color to be given tenure at the Institution.
Here are just some of the references to her minority status:
1996: Spokesperson Chmura identifies Warren as a native American professor in the Harvard Crimson.
1997: In the Fordham Law Review, Chmura touts Warren as Harvard Law’s “first woman of color.”
1998: Chmura, in a letter to the New York Times, stated that the law school had appointed “eight women, including a Native American.” Three days later, the Crimson reiterated that “Harvard Law School has only one tenured minority woman, Gottlieb Professor Elizabeth Warren, who is Native American.”
1999: Harvard begins publishing its affirmative action plan on its website and lists a single Native American professor.
Public reports continued to list a single native American professor at the school intermittingly until 2011. The U.S. Department of Labor requires large employers like Harvard to collect diversity statistics annually. Based on public reporting, it is likely that Harvard reported Warren as a minority to the U.S. government during her time.
Yeah, it’s fairly obvious that Warren squeezed every drop she could out of that particular entitlement gravy train.
But here’s what I want to know; who did Warren knock out of contention for that quite valuable and tenured Haa-vahd professorship?
Was the person passed over a Chang? Maybe a Obasanjo. Possibly a Gutiérrez.
How thick would the irony be if the disregarded candidate’s family name turned out to be Strong Bear or Deer-in-the-water?