The Future of the Supreme Court

Supreme Court could finally fire racialist university bureaucrats or it could let them continue to harass, discriminate and suppress minorities and women in the workplace and on the job.

In other words, the Court’s ideological choice is not between the power of the state and the power of the market, but in between the white supremacist ideals of the state and racialist market ideals of the marketplace.

A long struggle lies ahead for the Court. And although ideological opponents of the Court may wish it otherwise, such as the Center for American Progress and MSNBC, the Court’s decision will not be based on ideological purity.

The state’s and the marketplace’s ideals will not be separated.

The Supreme Court’s ideological choice will be between the interests of the white majority and of minorities and women in the workplace and on the job.

No matter how hard we try to make the Court appear to be more ideological in its decisions, its decisions will not be in the best interests of minorities or women.

But the Court’s ideological choice will be between the interests of white men and white women – when their interests are at odds.

The Court may say that “all Americans” are “equally subject to the law.”

But in reality, the Court’s decision will be based on the interests and biases of white men.

White men in the workplace and on the job – who are already oppressed or marginalized by the law – will get more of what they deserve from the Court.

When white men’s interests are represented by the Supreme Court, white men will be given more protections and rights at the expense of women and minority men and women.

The Court’s ideological choice is not between the power of the state and the power of the market, but in between the white supremacist ideals of the state and the racialist market ideals of the marketplace.

This is why the future of the Court is so important. It presents the Court and the country with the most important question of the 21st century: How do we build a non-racist, non-sexist society?

And if the Supreme Court will be guided by a narrow and highly partisan ideology, it will ensure that the majority will continue to be white and male – even in the face of a changing society and the advance of women and minority men in the workplace and on the job.

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