Who Knew?

An article on Salon, reprinted from AlterNet, begins as follows:

Discrimination isn’t just an insult to our most basic notions of fairness. It also costs us money, because those who are discriminated against are unable to make the best use of their talents. This not only hurts them, it hurts us all, as some of our best and brightest players are, in essence, sidelined, unable to make their full contributions to our economy.

Who knew that lefties had finally realized both the folly as well as the unfairness of raising and lowering barriers to college admission and employment based on race and ethnicity?

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  1. CaptDMO March 3, 2013 at 9:36 am | | Reply

    Give a man a fish and you’ll feed him for a day,
    unless he’s unwilling to assume the subsequent onus to gut and clean it with a sharp,shop worn knife, collect firewood, produce a clean frypan, and maybe harvest a lemon and some tarragon…
    Otherwise, you’re eternally providing welfare for children, unentitled to emancipation or suffrage.

    Or something like that

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