Yet another column
<http://www.spectator.org/dsp_article.asp?art_id=8684> best left until
all the bodies are buried and the people are rescued, this time from the
opposite political spectrum from yesterdays poison.
> New Orleans has one of the highest murder rates in the country. By
> mid-August of this year, 192 murders had been committed in New
> Orleans, "nearly 10 times the national average," reported the
> Associated Press. Gunfire is so common in New Orleans -- and criminals
> so fierce -- that when university researchers conducted an experiment
> last year in which they had cops fire 700 blank rounds in a
> neighborhood on a random afternoon "no one called to report the
> gunfire," reported AP.
> New Orleans was ripe for collapse. Its dangerous geography, combined
> with a dangerous culture, made it susceptible to an unfolding
> catastrophe. Currents of chaos and lawlessness were running through
> the city long before
> <https://www.spectatormag.org/TASDONATION/Donate.aspx>this week, and
> they were bound to come to the surface under the pressure of natural
> disaster and explode in a scene of looting and mayhem.
> Like riotous Los Angeles since the 1960s, New Orleans has been a
> wasteland of politically correct dysfunction for decades -- public
> schools so obviously decimated vouchers were proposed this year (and
> torpedoed by the left), barbaric gangster rap culture no one will
> confront lest they offend liberal pieties, multiculturalist frauds who
> empower no one but themselves, and cops neutered by the NAACP and ACLU.
Yeah ok all true, but save it for when its going to make a difference.
Caterwauling and internecine sniping is not what we need to see at this