Cries of reverse discrimination build to a chorus
A black president tabs a Latina for the Supreme Court. She had made a ruling against white firefighters. That ruling gets reversed by her prospective high-court colleagues.
It was pretty easy to guess what would come up in her confirmation hearings.
America, it seems, isn’t over race after all.
Rather, now the race card is being dealt in every direction.
More and more whites — weary of a generation of minority racial preferences, fighting for scraps in a feeble economy, feeling the sting of skin color as a disadvantage — are joining minorities in crying foul.
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