Monday, July 15, 2013
The recent outcry over George Zimmerman's "not guilty" verdict is stunning. As a neighborhood watch person, Zimmerman was justifiably suspicious of someone he didn't recognize walking through an area that had been victimized by burglaries. He may not have done everything perfectly, but justice was for the most part served the night he defended his life with the pull of a trigger, which immediately solved the problem of having a thug attempt to end his life.
Posted by Richard at 3:22 PM
Some Context for What You Read Here
Whenever someone shares opinions, especially about important topics for which there are deeply contrasting views in society, it's important to know the foundation of that person's perspectives. For that reason, I have provided a category on this blog called Premises. Listed under Premises are some explanations of my background, including my religion, which forms the foundation of my moral and political principles.