Floyd and Mary Beth Brown,FloydReports.com
Some of the best TV in America comes and goes too quickly. This past year we enjoyed the short-lived FOX police drama,Chicago Code. The show featured the battle for police resources in a city run by corrupt politicians with little more desire than to milk the system for perks,money,and power. However,we didn’t expect to watch its sequel as a reality horror show on the nightly news.
The specter of mobs of marauding youths beating random Chicago residents and visitors makes us all feel vulnerable. With apprehension,citizens watch over their shoulders when on the street to see if they are next. The issues raised by this early summer nightmare are serious and need to be addressed.
First,this Obama recession/depression has devastated inner city job creation. Only 54,000 jobs were added in May as the Obama recovery is in slow-motion,turning to the Obama double dip recession. There are still at least 14 million U.S. workers who can’t find jobs. When you add part-time or underemployed workers who want full-time jobs,the total rises to 30.6 million who want more economic opportunity.
Blacks and inner city youth are the….