More Evidence The Hiring Game Is Rigged?

When I was in my 50s, I considered transitioning into a career teaching media law at a major university.

Brian Flores
Brian Flores

I applied for a half-dozen jobs and each time I was selected as one of three finalists and invited to the campus to present a lecture. Each invitation took a couple of days, many hours of preparation, travel time and exhaustive work.

Each time I was rejected in favor of a young newly-minted PhD with no experience, or a member of a minority group who was far less qualified. When I talked to a professor friend about this, he said I would never be hired because, “You’re too old.” I stopped wasting my time.

Apparently, no one told Brian Flores the game of hiring is rigged.

Former Miami Dolphins Coach Brian Flores recently sued the National Football League and its 32 teams alleging they discriminated against him and other Black coaches in their hiring practices.

It seems NFL teams pick at least one minority as a finalist for coaching jobs for the sake of appearances and Flores is getting tired of being that minority.

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Kraft Case Typifies Reluctance To Hold Clients of Sex Workers Accountable

Ed. Note: Charges dropped on Sept. 24.

So it looks like Robert K. Kraft, the billionaire owner of the New England Patriots, will beat charges of soliciting prostitution in Jupiter, FL.


A ruling by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit in Florida effectively continues a long tradition of holding prostitutes (mainly females) – and not johns (mainly males) – responsible for violating state prostitution laws.

A three-judge appellate panel upheld the lower court’s suppression of videotape evidence in Kraft’s case, which likely will require prosecutors to drop the case.Police installed videotape surveillance equipment at Orchids of Asia Day Spa, a brothel advertising massage services,  and videotaped Kraft on two occasions in February 2019 allegedly procuring illegal sexual activity.  He was charged with two misdemeanor counts of soliciting prostitution.

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