Who makes up this expert panel? Well, its head was Donna E. Shalala, a former secretary of health and human services in the Clinton administration and a well-known feminist.
Also on board was Elizabeth Spelke, a professor of psychology at Harvard whose views on this matter should already be crystal clear. In regard to Larry Summers purportedly sexist remarks on women in the hard scienceswhich were surely the impetus behind this expert panel in the first placeMs. Spelke said: I disagree point for point. Ah, so Ms. Spelke already knew the conclusions the expert panel would come to before she became one of its experts.
And lets not forget panelist Ana Mari Cauce, a University of Washington psychologist and contributor to the tome Bringing Cultural Diversity to Feminist Psychology. Nor should we leave out Ruth J. Simmons, the president of Brown University and a board member of the radical feminist journal Meridians. Gee, can anyone say ringers?
Hmmm. Its starting to sound as if the NASs study was something of a foregone conclusion.
But wait, dear reader, it gets even more pathetic. The obviously dispassionate and objective panel of experts dedicated its work to Denice Denton, the deceased chancellor of UC Santa Cruz who was a lesbian crusader for feminist causes. Huh: Perhaps the only thing this panel is expert in is fooling dimwitted journalists into spreading its propaganda.
Must be all those women teachers from elementary, jr and high school.
Is is sexist for women to point out sexual differences?
Anyone's b.s. detector should be on full alert when any supposedly "objective" report has a leftist fraud like Donna Shalalalaaaa associated with it.... maybe the committee's competent, maybe it's not, but seeing the name Donna Shalala associated with it is good reason to suspect that the fix was in....
Wasn't she the one who jumped off a building after getting caught giving her "wife" a high paying, do nothing job?