A snippet of my Palm notes, to give you an idea of what I’m working on for this weekend.

There is a major difference between mandating what we’ll call “RACIAL Diversity” and encouraging “TRUE Diversity”. “Racial diversity” simply means we have a lot of different races represented in a given sector of society. “True diversity” means that we have a lot of different styles of thinking, points of view, politics, ideation, etc. regardless of the race of each individual involved.

As such, I submit there is no compelling state or societal interest in mandating Racial Diversity per se’, in a racially neutral society, which we are supposedly striving to be, as the Constitution demands. This enforced racism is the wrong move for the court to be making now.

I’ll be posting extended comments this weekend.