Good Morning U.S.A!
It was a busy weekend chock full of news that you can’t really use.
George Zimmerman as found “not guilty” on all charges and he’s walked away from a government penalty. However, his innocence only means that he will now be forced to reenter a society that may not necessarily be very friendly to him. I’m not sure that being found guilty would have been the worst thing in the world for George Zimmerman. I can’t even begin to imagine the kind of fear that he will have to live with the rest of his life. I only hope that everyone involved in the case can find some measure of peace.
However, there is a lot more going on than just the Zimmerman trial – so let’s get down to it.
Here’s what we’re reading Monday, July 15, 2013.
It doesn’t end yet for George Zimmerman – the Justice Department is looking into filing charges against him for “civil rights” violations.
The lead attorney for the defense gave an interesting interview to CNN about the entire case, and specifically about how one man may have ensured that this trial happened.
Ok… one more (I hope) link about George Zimmerman. His defense team will begin immediately moving to sue the pants off of NBC.
Charlie Cooke writes a beautiful piece paying homage to the greatness, diversity, and beauty of the whole of America.
The return of the disgraced duo Eliot Spitzer and Anthony Weiner is nothing but bad for New York’s Governor Andrew Cuomo. (Not to mention bad for the state of New York.)
Can we just say that Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid are not friends… not at all.
A Washington Post TV critic delivers some harsh words for HBO’s “The Newsroom.” Honey Boo Boo is better TV. Ouch.
Hollywood’s Box Office flops have more to do with preachy liberalism than anything else says the New York Post.
Former NBA superstar Baron Davis says that he was abducted by aliens… I kid you not.
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