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Dallas Nonprofit Housing Authority Loses Racial Bias Suit


This is a very good description of how the decision was reached The Dallas Morning News – After Supreme Court victory, Dallas nonprofit loses racial bias suit against Texas agency By Julieta Chiquillo Follow @jmchiquillo The Dallas Morning News Published: 31 August 2016 A Texas agency has won an eight-year legal fight in Dallas Continue Reading

Where does Federal Judge Decision Dismissing Discrimination Lawsuit Take Us on AFFH?

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The 2008 lawsuit by the Dallas-based Inclusive Communities Project, which alleged violations of the Fair Housing Act and the Equal Protection Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment started it all and is the root cause of the insultingly misnamed Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing (AFFH) rule, click AFFH for Dummies.  What does this decision mean, if anything for Continue Reading

Not only Housing, Justice Scalia’s Death and “Disparate Impact” Is a Blow to Crime Victims and Student Safety

(Edited by Smith Young with focus on SCOTUS “Disparate Impact” Ruling on AFFH) Your local (city and county) government fending off AFFH and protecting your property rights is the citizens last stand against federal government’s oversight.  The legal liability is much greater than advertised, see the current Rockford, IL fight. The effect of the 2015 “Disparate Continue Reading

Podcast topic: Socialism, Radio Interview about AFFH with Kim Monson and Molly Vogt, KLZ 560 AM radio, Molly Vogt and Kim Monson interview with Smith Young on January 21, 2016.  Click hear to listen, abbreviated from original 2 hour show “:)” Following are the topics discussed and respective time stamps”:)” 01 min 03 sec     Introduction, Smith Young 04 min 50 sec     What is AFFH, how it Continue Reading

HUD’s “Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing” Rule Is about Social Engineering, Not Desegregation

Competitive Enterprise Institute – HUD’s “Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing” Rule Is about Social Engineering, Not Desegregation By Hans Bader, July 20, 2015 Failure to meet a racial quota is not the same thing as segregation.  That basic fact has eluded the federal Department of Housing and Urban Development, which recently adopted a rule called “Affirmatively Furthering Continue Reading