A Typical Day In A Liberal Utopia

From NPR:

“During a conversation between a reporter and community activists on Chicago’s South Side, gunshots not more than 100 feet away shattered an otherwise quiet afternoon. After the initial shock wore off, the neighborhood leaders expressed their frustration over their community’s connection with gun violence and engaged in a deep conversation about its underlying causes — and what can be done to solve them.”

Listen to the whole story but here’s basically what happened – A reporter was talking to a neighborhood leader on her front porch when a person gets out of a car, stands in the middle of the street with a semiautomatic rifle, shoots about a dozen rounds at a van then calmly gets back in the car and chases after the van.

This happened during the day in a residential area where kids were playing nearby.

Starting at the 3:45 mark the NPR reporter states that the neighborhood leaders say that one of the main problems is that the residents are caught in a cycle of a dependency on drugs/alcohol and a reliance on government programs.

In Chicago they call this “Tuesday”

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5 Responses to A Typical Day In A Liberal Utopia

  1. livinrightinpgh says:

    Welcome to the new America….

    • cosmoscon says:

      I want the old one back….

      • livinrightinpgh says:

        I feel ya, brother…it starts with educating voters and teaching that self achievement is better than dependency on government. It s an uphill battle, but it is certainly worth the fight…

  2. Reblogged this on Two Heads are Better Than One and commented:
    I’m eternally grateful to our buddy Cosmo for listening to NPR, so that I don’t have to…

  3. tannngl says:

    Reblogged this on tannngl and commented:
    Why don’t we hear about this? ever?
    Chicago has a real huge problem. And no one is doing anything…

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