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1. Another case of a company using an ability test, hiring “too many” white people, and being sued for it.
2. Josh Barro responds to a Chicago alderman’s decision to prevent Chick-fil-A from building a store in his district basically by arguing that it is completely unconstitutional. Tangential point: Chicago’s aldermen have the dictatorial power to determine zoning issues? If we’re sitting here talking about outmoded behavior, I’d like to argue that giving Chicago aldermen Mafioso -like power is a more egregious thing than a chicken joint owner opposing gay marriage. At least for Chicagoans.
4. Kathryn Jean Lopez passes along an article which argues that James Holmes may have shot up that Aurora movie theater because he was possessed by the devil. Where is John Derbyshire when you need him?
5. A woman named Nikki Lynette has an open letter to her Peeping Tom at The Chicago Tribune. I can’t defend a Peeping Tom, but the threats leveled by Lynette about her aggressive male relatives is quite annoying.