Tuesday, December 30, 2014

Overturning "race-preference" admissions!

Q: WHO is the most important individual fighting against "race-preference" college admissions?
A: Edward Blum.  NY Times, Wall Street Journal, USA Today and Washington Times all said so.

     He brought the on going "Fisher vs. UofTexas" law suit.  He recently filed law suites against Harvard and U. of N. Carolina.  Don't you wish that the rich Asian Ams will put up the money to fight against Harvard instead of donating to Harvard? 

Q: WHICH is the ONLY AsAm national org. fighting against such admissions?
A:  80-20!  All other national orgs. are on the other side against YOU!  Yes.  That is how much you have been betrayed because most of us don't pay attention to politics.

Q: Does Ed Blum think 80-20 is a BIG help?
A:  Mr. Blum calls and emails S.B. Woo often.

Q: What do they talk about?
A: Mapping out strategy to win the law suits against Harvard and Univ. of NC.

Q: Harvard is a private school, would any federal cout ruling be effective?
A: YES!   Harvard will lose hundreds of millions of federal awards.  Would that be effective, you think?

Q: Are you pleased and proud that 80-20 plays such a significant role in the fight against "race-preference" college admissions?
A:  Should be.  Please help 80-20 back.  It is dying.

                          DONATE here till it hurts.

SB Woo
President, 80-20 Educational Foundation
A Volunteer 
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PS.  SELF money verified!  A committee of 3 BOD members was appointed by S.B. to verify the existence of the SELF fund and that not a penny has been spent except for banking fees.  The committee has reported back, shown below, verifying the above statement.  

"We have verified the cash accounts (the "Accounts") of the 80-20 SELF (the "Organization") as of December 20, 2014 per the request of the Board of Donors ("Board Request").  Our responsibility is to independently confirm the Organization's cash balance as of December 20, 2014 based on our observation of the Accounts via online banking.

The Accounts was opened upon establishment of the Organization and all of the contributions have been deposited to the Accounts. No discretionary expense has expended except processing fees and bank charges associated with the processing of contributions. We were provided monthly bank statements as well as the 80-20 Educational Foundation, Inc.'s 2013 Form 990 Return of Organization Exempt From Income Tax, which contained the relevant information to the Accounts.  In addition we were provided continued access to the Accounts for the purpose of monitoring of the SELF fund on an on-going basis.

We have identified PNC bank at which the Organization currently maintained the Accounts as of December 20, 2014 and independently verified the Organization's cash balances of the Accounts ("Statement of the Accounts") on December 20, 2014. For the purpose of this Report, "independently verified" means that we were provided the online access to the Accounts, and physically reviewed the cash balances of the Accounts. 

Member of the Audit Committee
Tony Li
Larry Ho
William Pak"