It wasn’t in Oakland. It wasn’t London. Nor Athens, Vancouver nor Wall Street.
. . .
Shame on the American Left. Shame on the Left everywhere.
Maggie has more.
Well done. Puts the whole thing in perspective, doesn’t it? They weren’t whining about having to pay their college loans, and they weren’t confronting police for whom violence is a last resort. They confronted a state for which deadly force is an everyday tool.
I don’t have your gift for writing. Anyway, I hope this drives a few views to your post.
Ran my friend, you ask the impossible; the narcissistic personality is utterly incapable of feeling genuine personal shame.
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Alley Behind Castle; Steven Givler, 2011
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