The Sixth Circuit Discrimination Decision: A Travesty With A Silver Lining?

The Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals recently decided that Michigan’s Proposition 2, which barred the state from discriminating against or giving preferences to anyone based on race, ethnicity, or gender, violates the 14th Amendment’s requirement of equal protection. (And people wonder why lawyers and even judges are so unpopular!)

See Roger Clegg’s “Short Take” at Minding The Campus, An Unusually Stupid Court Decision,” for a thorough and thoughtful comment about that decision. See my less thorough and less thoughtful comment on the decision at the same site, here.

Say What?