Warren, Obama, and Harvard's Culture of Corruption

As Massachusetts Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren and her Harvard partners in crime are learning, academic fraud is not as easy to get away with as it used to be in the good old days before the emergence of a vigilant alternative media. Writing for Breitbart, Michael Patrick Leahy revealed on Friday a spring 1993 article that listed Warren as one of approximately 250 "women of color" in legal academia.  The article was published in what was then called the Harvard Women's Law Journal and would have been released roughly when Warren was being considered for tenure. At the time, Harvard Law was desperately seeking just such women.  Just three years earlier, the Law School found itself embroiled in a nasty racial brouhaha.  Black firebrand law professor Derrick Bell was demanding that Harvard appoint a woman of color to the law faculty.  This protest would culminate in vigils and protests by the racially sensitive student body, in the course of which Bell supporter...(Read Full Article)