SCOTUS may scrap affirmative action

It's time to end affirmative action in higher education. Even Justice Sandra Day O'Connor envisioned an end to it.  In her majority opinion in Grutter v. Bollinger, which allows colleges and universities to use race in their admissions process, she wrote, "We expect that 25 years from now, the use of racial preferences will no longer be necessary..." It's been nine years since that decision, and the high court is once again set to revisit the issue in a case brought by a white student who was denied a spot at the University of Texas.    Will the court quash racial preferences this time around?  It should.  They are blatantly unfair. Take a look at law school admissions.  Applicants are largely admitted based on their Law School Admissions Test (LSAT) score and undergraduate GPA.  But, members of "underrepresented minorities" (URMs) get a golden ticket when it comes to admissions. For evidence of this, simply go to  You...(Read Full Post)