ABIGAIL FISHER, white, was denied admission to the University of Texas. She had a better record than many black and Hispanic students who were admitted under the university's system of racial preferences. She was, in short, discriminated against on account of race. She complained and her case went to the U.S. Supreme Court, which remanded the case this week.
Remand is legalese for avoiding a decision, for kicking the can down the road, for waiting for the next Obama court appointee to come along and further legitimize racial discrimination. And diversity and affirmative action are the polite names given to . . .