Talk about a dramatic entrance. When the St. Louis Rams took the field last Sunday, several teammates raised their hands, palms out. It was an act of solidarity with Michael Brown, the unarmed black teenager killed last August in a struggle with a white police officer. Moments before his demise, it is said, Brown raised his hands and pleaded: “Don’t shoot.”
There is just one problem: It is not clear that Brown put his hands up.
Attorney General Eric Holder said something yesterday that caught my eye:
Holder on his nationwide tour post-Ferguson: “I’m going to be putting a lot of miles on my airplane”
— Zeke Miller (@ZekeJMiller) December 2, 2014
Dr. Ben Carson thinks race relations were better in America before the election of President Barack Obama.
The retired African-American pediatric neurosurgeon who rose to national prominence after his harsh criticism of the Affordable Care Act at the National Prayer Breakfast in 2013 made the comments Tuesday on The Hugh Hewitt Show.