There was no whining allowed when I was growing up. At first, I did not understand why this was so. Many years later I came to understand. My father had served in World War II. He was at Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941. He survived. He served in Korea.
A white person could never say something similar regarding black people. Even so, the following statement is statistically true: “The father of a now-former UCLA star basketball player said that the white starters for this season’s squad were ‘too slow’ afoot to help win a national championship. “‘Realistically, you can’t