Sociologist Blames Baltimore Riots on Racism and White Privilege

In an op-ed entitled, “Racism, White Privilege Still Exist, and Riots Prove It,” Vanderbilt professor Tony Brown quoted Martin Luther King, Jr. in defense of the Baltimore mayhem last week:  “A riot is the language of the unheard.” I could be wrong, but I don’t think King had burning and looting businesses in mind when he used the word riot. According to this professor, these riots were the fault of white racists and white privilege. Here’s what he said, in part: Evidence proving Read more […]

Mayhem in Pennsylvania Mall: 1000 Black Girls Riot, Force Mall to Close

Fights broke out in a Monroeville, Pennsylvania mall (part of the greater Pittsburgh area) with crowds of brawlers reaching as many as a thousand participants. No one was arrested, but mall businesses decided to close down to avoid any potential damage that might ensue from all the chaos. Police indicated that a few teenagers may face charges as they continue their investigation into what exactly happened that brought on all this mayhem. WPXI reported: Channel 11 News has learned that police are Read more […]

Time Article Justifies Ferguson Riots; Compares Them to Tea Party

When I have been asked during these last weeks who caused the riots and the killing in L.A., my answer has been direct and simple: Who is to blame for the riots? The rioters are to blame. Who is to blame for the killings? The killers are to blame.” – Dan Quayle Now comes the requisite article about riots. What is the purpose of a riot, and why are they started? A riot breaks out when a long, or intensely simmering tension reaches a boiling point, and can no longer be contained. It is a coiled spring Read more […]

More Ferguson Business Owners Turn to Guns for Protection Amid Looting

Local businesses are getting the runaround from police departments. It seems there’s a bit of bureaucratic confusion with regards to which department is supposed to have jurisdiction. None of the departments, whether it’s the city police, the county police, or the state police, know which one is supposed to be handling the situation. So, when local businesses want to report looters to the police, they get transferred or referred to another department. Police don’t show up to the scene, and Read more […]