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July 05, 2023
Affirmative Action and the Supreme Court’s “unprecedented” week
The MSM has described the last week at the Supreme Court as “unprecedented.”
Part of this “unprecedented” week involved a ruling on Affirmative Action. On June 29, 2023, the Supreme Court of the United States declared Affirmative Action in college admissions unconstitutional. Predictably, the left’s response was to whine, whinge and moan.
To the left, Affirmative Action is a “victory for minorities, and for social justice, and for higher education.” You probably think this is something the left recently said while reeeeee-ing in response to the banning of systemic racism in school admissions. In fact, that quote is from 1978 by the President of the University of California.
Sound familiar? While the left’s linguistic alchemy is nothing new, neither is their ability to perpetually whine. Even when SCOTUS ruled in favor of race-based admissions in Regents of the University of California v. Bakke (1978), predictably, the left’s response was that the decision did not go far enough. Here’s how students reacted to the decision in 1978. Sharon Jackson, a medical student at the University of California in 1978 stated in response to the decision:
"The question arises, if it took you 200 years to build a house and someone came along and with a match to burn that house down, how would you feel about that person?"
In case you were wondering, the students were complaining that even though SCOTUS ruled in favor of Affirmative Action, it did not uphold racial quotas in that 1978 ruling. Trying to satisfy a leftist was as pointless then as it is now.
But while the left’s decades-long culture war talking points haven’t changed, neither has America’s opposition towards Affirmative Action from the 70s to now where 52% of Americans approve of the SCOTUS decision, compared to 32% that disapprove.
So what does all this mean? It means that contrary to the mainstream narrative, we are not living in “unprecedented” times.
Today is just another chapter in the perpetual American culture war. Today is also another chapter in SCOTUS righting one more wrong, as it has many times before. See segregation, abortion, concealed-carry, religious freedom, etc
And tomorrow will be more of the same.
Tomorrow the left will try to find a way to work around this decision. How do we know?
The College Board, the organization that’s responsible for standardized tests, filed an opposition brief to the Supreme Court on these cases. The College Board’s current CEO is David Coleman. You may also recognize him as “The Architect of Common Core.”
Harvard was also nice enough to tell us it will do so as well.
And what will we do tomorrow? Predictably, hold the line and stand in their way. Stay white-pilled and fight like hell!
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