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From O.J. Simpson to Stanford sex-assault case, two wrongs don’t produce a right

Assuming O.J. Simpson was guilty of double murder, as most of white America thinks, was it rough justice for a largely black jury to acquit him because the Los Angeles cops had a sorry record of brutalizing blacks, most memorably … Continue reading

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They got what they wanted, so the heck with the public

Sacramento educator Penny Schwinn and former University of Florida football coach Urban Meyer are worlds apart, yet I experienced a similar reaction when I read news stories about them:  Don’t these people believe in acknowledging any responsibility for the messes … Continue reading

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