Mike's Blog Round Up
April 9, 2015

Crime And Punishment...
Seems I picked the wrong ironic title for yesterday. "Criminal Justice" could have been the title today, or maybe, "Help-- POLICE!!!" Seems to me like it is truly time to have a proper National Discussion about the role of Police in Society in the 21st Century. There seems to be a something seriously amiss. I see "To Protect And Serve," and wonder, whom or what, exactly, because it doesn't seem to be us, down here, any more. That's a problem.

Attaturk, at Rising Hegemon (@Attaturk at twitter), leads us off with a simple chart of deaths by Police.

Tom Levenson, at Balloon Juice (@TomLevenson), a Bostonian, gives thoughtful consideration to Tsarnaev's possible sentencing options.

Zandar Vs The Stupid (@ZandarVTS) demonstrates "(T)he problem with the perception of police brutality in America towards people of color" in two paragraphs.

And finally, Rude Pundit (@rudepundit) sums it all up.

Late Breaking Bonus Track at deadline: Juanita Jean catches the NRA banning guns at their National Convention in Nashville.

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