SCOTUS is at it again. For the record, SCOTUS is not some form of severe athlete’s foot as it sounds like it should be, but rather is hipster journalist talk for Supreme Court Of The United States.
“Why does he walk so funny?”
“He has SCOTUS.”
“Oh, Bless his heart.”
Last Tuesday, in a 3-2-1-2-recuse decision, SCOTUS upheld the right of states to ban racial preferences in university admissions, which derives from the great state of Michigan where voters had the nerve to say melanin should not outweigh academic ability or commitment when determining which individuals to allow into their various taxpayer-supported schools. And which incidentally has ruined my chances at becoming a lawyer, thankyouverymuch, as I was totally going to go to the University of Michigan Law School. And I would have gotten away with it too, if it weren’t for those meddling kids. Thanks a lot, SCOTUS.
In the racially sensitive words of Ricky Ricardo, let me ‘splain: Continue reading