The access to quality public education sustain and compound that household wealth inequality.
Mandatory minimum sentencing laws sustain and compound that household wealth inequality.
Our drug laws sustain and compound that household wealth inequality.
Our criminal background check laws sustain and compound that household wealth inequality.
Our access to voting laws sustain and compound that household wealth inequality.
Our (lack of) gerrymandering laws sustain and compound household wealth inequality.
Etc. Etc. Etc.
I'm reading posts about cops and African Americans. This dude doesn't look black to me. What do you think? Here's the local news with a pic.
Which doesn't matter. Some nutcase threatens cops then tries to run them over and gets killed for his trouble. How is that anything but a local story regardless of the race of the people involved?
It' a lot like the Michael Brown case: Thug robs store, then tries to take cop's weapon, gets killed for his effort, one less thug on the street. Good job.
And totally different from the NY case of the guy selling cigarettes: Five cops take down suspect in minor and non violent offense, wind up killing him with illegal chokehold.
See how, when you remove the white cop/black criminal meme, the stories don't look the same.
Can't we just turn Congress off and then turn it back on again?
(of an account) not necessarily true or reliable, because based on personal accounts rather than facts or research.
"while there was much anecdotal evidence there was little hard fact"
characterized by or fond of telling anecdotes.
"her book is anecdotal and chatty"
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