Asians: the silent minority?; Debate over gas stoves; US military helping fighters globally

Multiple surveys and the US census show that, as a race, Asians in America on average are better educated, happier in their careers, more dedicated to family, and earn more money.

But with this success story comes a price.

We speak to Vietnamese-American Hung Cao on Full Measure

Sunday on Full Measure, we look at the tension between Asian-Americans and other minorities, as some are calling them “white adjacent” and “privileged” due to their achievements.

A case in point is Thomas Jefferson High School in Northern Virginia. The student body at the merit-based science and technology school had grown to be about 75% Asian prompting activists to throw out the admissions exam in order to get more blacks and Hispanics admitted.

We’ll hear from both sides.

Also Sunday, Lisa Fletcher looks at how gas stoves are igniting a national debate on whether we should be permitted to have them at all!

And Scott Thuman shows us how US military training is being used by fighters in Ukraine and around the world.

See you Sunday!

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4 thoughts on “Asians: the silent minority?; Debate over gas stoves; US military helping fighters globally”

  1. This Article and Gas cooking stoves ? [ Speaking of Food ]. As the beginning of Farm planting season begins it’s important to prep those Fields using the right amounts of treatments and not to much over use for Maximum potential. Less is more productive and longer lasting in New Agriculture technologies… Example; A brain storm New chain Chem. Mol. chemistry idea occurred to me this farming planting season, may prove to be a A+++ World farming and world hunger Fighter, in growing crop potential output ? It ferments the right mixture into a New Cellulose chain Chem. Mol. output >> that uses less and breaks down slower for longer lasting effective treatment with little waste … Example; ( C6 H10 O5 + 10 to 25 % Potassium Phosphorus ) Depending on Region ( Area ) Farm ground treatment releasing…= As this New Cellulose treatment chain breaks down in applied Farm ground soil applications, it provides a less is more break down Chain effective event treatments. New Idea’s from ” Area 15 Indiana “.Wm. Andrews Rochester, IN. LOL ? = This New Applications idea’s was not theorized or tested at Purdue University to help fight World Hunger through better New Farming Chains of events treatments ?

  2. This article and my earlyeir post. When love walks in putting a New Spring into the steps of your Crops Root systems this Growing season !

  3. Don’t like the results of an admissions exam that has been effective for decades? Throw out the exam!
    Don’t like the law or cannot find one that applies? Make up your own and throw out the ‘rule of law’!
    Don’t like the US Constitution? Throw out the US Constitution, or at least the parts that block your ideological agendas.
    This is the level of contempt the Leftist have reached in an effort to take down this nation,

    I would suggest those who believe Asians are “white adjacent” privileged should go live in some of those Asian countries for several months. It is the conditions in those countries that provide the drive for Asians to work hard and achieve more than the pampered youth of the USA. Even South Koreans, where I lived for a decade, work hard to make better lives for themselves.
    I am not Asian and was born in the USA. I have met achievers in every race so it is total BS that people use race as an excuse for any problems they may have.
    As for White Privilege; the house this white boy was born into was condemned and we had to move when I was 4 years old. We subsequently moved into a home that was nearly 100 years old when we moved in back in the late 1950s. White privilege my backside!

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