There was a time when anti-racism meant colorblindness. But the times… well, Bob said it best. Enter the Wisconsin Institute for Law and Liberty, which is becoming to colorblindness what the Freedom From Religion Foundation is to atheism. In two cases this week, WILL has challenged attempts to give a leg up to minorities, whose health, wealth, housing, education and criminal justice outcomes continue to lag white outcomes. Liberals have embraced the new version of anti-racism that seeks to close gaps by giving advantages to minorities. A new poll out this week suggests Wisconsin's largely white public disagrees. It all leaves both sides screaming…
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