Good article by Andrew Breitbart. Discusses how the powers that be were all anxious to have discussions on race relations, as long as the shoe was on the correct foot. But now that we have a legitimate race relations issue on the national stage, the calls for that discussion are eerily silent. I wonder why?
Americans, especially nonblacks, are deeply fearful that the dynamic [of racial discussions] is predicated on an un-American premise: presumed guilt. Innocence, under the extra-constitutional reign of political correctness, liberalism’s brand of soft Shariah law, must be proved ex post facto.
Think not? Ask the Duke lacrosse team.