If we want members of the Black Lives Matter movement to listen to our concerns about abortion, we must listen to theirs on police brutality.
Laquan McDonald’s death, Tamir Rice’s death, the San Bernardino attack, James Foley’s beheading, nor the Fort Hood attack have moved the president to tears.
New data may give some credence to the anxieties of Black Lives Matter, without assuming that all police officers are violent, raging bigots.
How can we expect real police reform when prosecutors are willing to send such a clear message in the Tamir Rice case that, however egregious the error, no one will ever be punished?
The Cleveland police officers involved in shooting Tamir Rice were right: they had no choice. But that’s their fault.
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