Will Supreme Court Rule Affirmative Action a Mistake?; Mask Facts Exposed in New Book

The Supreme Court picked up a hot topic this week: affirmative action in college admissions. Is it legal to prefer some races over others? We’re joined by Ward Connerly, who has focused on this question for decades. He is the founding president of the American Civil Rights Institute and a former University of California Regent, during which time he lead the campaign to end discrimination by the state of California.

Connerly also weighs in on President Joe Biden’s plans for the next Supreme Court appointment.

Then in America Q&A, we ask people across the country if they’d rather know they were hired or admitted to school based on skin color or merit?

Next, after two years of wearing masks, we must know by now how well they work. Our guest Ian Miller has crunched the numbers and published them in a book, “Unmasked: The Global Failure of COVID Mask Mandates.” We talk to him about what he found.

Finally, in our second America Q&A we ask: Do you feel well-represented by the party you voted for?

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