The far too often repeated rally phrase these days is “Black Lives Matter,” popularized by the media. It appears repeated most fervently by people looking for an excuse to start trouble and also the usual suspects in discrimination shakedowns. It may now have contributed in a Harris County, Texas, sheriff’s deputy being gunned down in cold blood a few days ago.
Words have meaning and consequences. “Black Lives Matter” sprang from a repeated lie that Michael Brown was shot down by a police officer for no reason. Not only was the police officer cleared, but probable cause for his actions were clearly esta ... continue reading »