White-On-White Crime Makes Lots of Noise, Even if You’ve Never Heard of It
Tuesday, January 29, 2013
By Ronald Owens - Mass murders get some people all stirred up. TV news shows become obsessed and devote all their attention to the homicides and to peoples’ reactions to them. You go to work or to the supermarket and that’s all people are talking about. The President of the United States even breaks into national television programming to deliver a speech decrying violence and the use of guns to shoot innocent victims.
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