The Ferguson Effect: The New Nationwide Crime Wave

When it becomes public policy to pander to the criminal minority, this is the result.



Yesterday, Drudge featured this Wall Street Journal article as his lead story. [Note: Unless you click into the article from Drudge’s site, only a teaser and an appeal to subscribe will be seen.]

The article covers some of the same ground as this item posted yesterday on this site.

This excerpt from the Wall Street Journal fleshes out yesterday’s post, offering a couple of significant new insights into the crime wave engulfing America.

The most plausible explanation of the current surge in lawlessness is the intense agitation against American police departments over the past nine months.

Since last summer, the airwaves have been dominated by suggestions that the police are the biggest threat facing young black males today. A handful of highly publicized deaths of unarmed black men, often following a resisted arrest—including Eric Garner in Staten Island, N.Y., in July 2014…

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