02 Apr '15 19:44>
Originally posted by Duchess64Yes, "Argonne National Laboratory, located just outside of Chicago and one of the U.S. Department of Energy's largest national laboratories for scientific and engineering research, is managed by UChicago Argonne, LLC, for the U.S. Department of Energy's Office of Science."
Khalil Amine (who's not stupid) has felt free to speak openly on the record
with Steve Levine (a white American writer), making some unflattering
comments about his white American employees. His 'politically incorrect'
comments seem to have upset some white Americans in this forum.
My point is that Khalil Amine's *not* attempting to conceal his atti ...[text shortened]... ns. Would they endorse
alleged unfair discrimination against white Americans in the workplace?
This makes me wonder if Amine is regarded as a member of the academic faculty and is tenured. Tenure would bring with it considerable freedom of speech and opinion. Any actual pattern of illegal practices would of course be a different matter.
"Academic tenure's original purpose was to guarantee the right to academic freedom: it protects teachers and researchers when they dissent from prevailing opinion, openly disagree with authorities of any sort, or spend time on unfashionable topics. "