And so it goes. More of the “War on Police” by certain agitators, and lop-sided/inaccurate coverage by media. This rampant disrespect for police is merely a symptom of a deeper problem: total lack of respect for the law and authority. Our friend Allen West reports…read on.TJ
As y’all probably know by now, I grew up in the inner city, Old Fourth Ward, in Atlanta.
As I have written here previously, there was a respect and regard for law enforcement officers and police — as reinforced by our parents. But something has broken down, especially in inner city communities — the family, and with that, a lack of respect and regard for authority.
Accompanying that is the rise of criminal behavior — sometimes very abhorrent behavior – which too many seem able to carelessly dismiss.
I’m no longer living in Florida, but a recent story out of my ol’ stomping grounds of Palm Beach County is yet another testament to the crumbling inner city.
As reported by both BizPac Review and also covered by the Sun-Sentinel, “A Delray Beach, Florida man was stopped Tuesday while walking down the street for suspicion of smoking marijuana in public. Rather than talk to police, the man ran into a nearby home — where it seems a party was being held.”
However, the left-leaning South Florida Sun-Sentinel took a different approach…
Read full story at AllenBWest.com