by George Leef
That would be the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, which Professor Richard Epstein discusses in his latest essay.
Actually, I doubt that the EEOC does any good at all. There are very few employers that still discriminate against capable workers on account of their race, and a great majority that only care about productivity. No one is shut out of the labor market any longer, so the EEOC needs to hunt for reasons to justify its continuing existence, such as “disparate impact” regulations.