My latest column at CFIF. Excerpts here:
At National Review Online on Tuesday, columnist John Fund blasted Attorney General Eric Holder for advocating permanent racial discrimination in favor of black Americans. His column is “must” reading….Here is the “money” quote from Fund’s column:
Last month, in an appearance at Columbia University, his alma mater, Holder made a jarring statement in support of racial preferences, saying he “can’t actually imagine a time in which the need for more diversity would ever cease.” “Affirmative action has been an issue since segregation practices,” he declared. “The question is not when does it end, but when does it begin. . . . When do people of color truly get the benefits to which they are entitled?”
…..But to have an attorney general of the United States say that the force of government must be used, forever, to enshrine into law what used to be called “reverse discrimination” is for him to say that American law will always put skin color above other considerations – and pick winners accordingly.
This is not the rule of law as most Americans understand the very concept, and it certainly violates every reasonable notion of equal justice under the law.
This is important stuff. And it might fit in well with some of the material — not just the video of Obama at Harvard, but other stuff — that Hannity, according to reports, will air tonight…..
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