Sunday, December 28, 2014

Two countries, divided.

Blacks and whites live in different worlds when it comes to perceptions of the criminal justice system and the role that police play in society. But divisions within the white community are almost as stark, with opinions heavily shaped by partisan identification and ideology, according to a new Washington Post-ABC News poll.
Holder and Obama are making race relations worse, inflaming hatred
Joshua Williams Flames Out. He was the liberal-media darling of the Ferguson protests; now he’s an alleged arsonist.


Anonymous said...

Blacks complain and complain about being treated unfairly. If they believed that (irrelevant if its correct or not) then why do they support gun control so that the gov't can oppress them?

Anonymous said...

It should be noted that Barrack Obama won cities and not even counties . If you look at his winning map in blue all you will see is blue dots where he won . And these are all major cities .
Over the last 70 years great power and wealth has piled up in the artificial constructs called cities. So much so a popular movie called Hunger Games plays off the fact that the surrounding areas must starve and suffer to keep the Capitol city in great wealth and leisure .
So in effect Barrack Obama is a " Presiding Mayor" over cities . Because he certainly doesn't represent country folk.