Guns, race and poverty: statistics, the New York Times and The First 48

As time passes since the Newtown shooting, it would appear some are taking a less knee-jerk look at gun control and are stepping back a bit to see a fuller picture. I must admit that while I watched the wall-to-wall coverage of the Connecticut tragedy I was taken aback by the¬†virtually¬†complete lack of African-Americans. OtherContinue reading “Guns, race and poverty: statistics, the New York Times and The First 48”