(grasstopsUSA.com) -- In his new biography, "The Wright Brothers," David McCullough says of the pioneers of aviation, "Like their father, they were always perfect gentlemen, naturally courteous to all."
Of the many adjectives one might choose to describe the youth who rioted in Baltimore following the death of Freddie Gray, "perfect gentlemen" and "courteous to all" don't immediately come to mind. To demonstrate that "black lives matter," the Baltimore mob caused $9 million in damages (mostly to minority businesses), set 144 vehicles on fire and injured 113 police officers.
If you want to understand urban anarchy, the place to start is with fatherless families – a topic the establishment media studiously ignores. According to The Marriage & Religion Research Institute, only 16% of Baltimore teens, 15- to 17-years old, were raised in an intact family.
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