While this country is a lot less racist than it was a half century ago during the Civil Rights struggle, Americans have sadly admitted that they're still personally kind of racist. Maybe everything will be better in another 50 years.
One fact about racism is that you're not the racist, it's everyone else. A new study proves that 37% of Americans (of all races) believe that blacks are the racists, which would be funny if not for the fairly well established fact that whites have traditionally been America's racists.
By a 5-4 vote, the Supreme Court has gutted the Voting Rights Act of 1965. The states with long histories of racism—specifically, the southern states where black humans were kept as slaves who could be legally bought, sold, raped and murdered—have had federal oversight since 1965 to protect minority voters. That's…