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Monday, April 15, A.D. 2013
Urban Jungle

View from the Right featured a dismaying post several weeks ago about the rot in America’s black underclass: “Life of an inner city security guard.” The post was in response to a story on The Blaze about an Atlanta mall security guard and his trials while working among the incorrigibles: “Shock Video: Mall Security Guard Forced to Tase Mother After She Attacks Him While Toddlers Hurl ‘Gay’ Insults.” It is horrifying, though not surprising. Neither the American elite and nor the middle classes enforce standards anymore. The poor, especially the non-white poor, live ferally without guidance, standards, or, all too often, consequences.

Posted by Joseph on Monday, April 15, Anno Domini 2013
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