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This Freddie Gray case will ultimately go nowhere.

Mark my words.

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@Perfect: She also regularly appeared with Al Sharpton on Politicsnation which is where I heard of her book almost two years ago.

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when hubby was in the police academy he brought a book home. he told our kids he can legally beat them as long as it wasn't "excessive" or "abusive". there is a big difference between smacking your kid and abusing them. i think more kids need to be smacked.

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Joan Walsh

Author of "What' the matter with White People"

Walsh writes frequently on current American political topics, typically in blog form at Salon. Criticisms of the Iraq War, the George W. Bush administration, and conservatives have been featured in her posts. She regularly appears on MSNBC's Scarborough Country[2] and Hardball with Chris Matthews as well as CNN's Campbell Brown, where she has debated with conservative guests including Pat Buchanan, Liz Cheney, Dick Armey, David Frum, Terry Jeffrey, and G. Gordon Liddy. She also has appeared on MSNBC's Countdown with Keith Olbermann, The Rachel Maddow Show, The Ed Show, as well as CNN's Larry King Live and D. L. Hughley Breaks the News. Walsh made her second appearance on The O'Reilly Factor in June 2009, discussing the murder of George Tiller and her views on the responsibility of journalists and the impact of their words in controversial matters.[

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Amazing that this woman is to be demonized for, at worst, embarassing her dipshit kid on national TV, while those doing so are ignoring the fact that said dipshit was throwing bricks at police.

Disclaimer: I am white.

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"Anyone white who's applauding Graham's moment of desperation, along with the white media figures who are hyping her 'heroism,' is essentially justifying police brutality, and saying the only way to control black kids is to beat the s--- out of them," Joan Walsh wrote in Salon.

"Why is America celebrating the beating of a black child?" Stacey Patton wrote in the Washington Post. "It's not surprising that a black mother in Baltimore who chased down, cursed and beat her 16-year-old son in the middle of a riot has been called a hero. In this country, when black mothers fulfill stereotypes of mammies, angry and thwarting resistance to a system designed to kill their children, they get praised."

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that woman should get the presidents medal :)

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smh. really? it doesn't surprise me but it still manages to tick me off.

geeeshhh.

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I believe it was VA who was wondering why the lady who was smacking her kid during the Baltimore riots hadn't been brought up on charges. remember I said "give it time"?

here we go.

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Smooth, I am so impressed. I have the same instinct but not much to back it up. I rely on someone feeling too terrible to punch me in the face. So far, it has worked but it makes my husband so mad to think that he has to defend my ass.

I step between fights with teens at work and so far, they have controlled themselves. Thank goodness because my best threat is that if they hit me I will probably die and then they will go to jail.

I confronted a man who chased a woman into a ballroom and was trying to wrench away her phone. My husband pinned my arms to my side, picked me up and carried me away while apologizing. I guess that I wasn't as much help as I would have liked to been. I was so mad! So much for my heroics. He thought it was much too dangerous. There was a crowd. It wouldn't be dangerous if we all stepped up.

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