Civilization is imperiled. Demonic dark-skinned criminals exult in seizing property and security. Only a vanguard of brave uniformed officers can take them off the streets and restore order. It is 1835, and whites are finally confronting what Mark Twain will soon call "the satanic brotherhood of the Thugs."
Did you hear about this? Yeah, James Dolan wrote a song about Trayvon Martin. Take all the time you need to compose yourself.
Dwyane Wade, who Sharpied "RIP Trayvon Martin" and "We Want Justice" on his shoes in the wake of Martin's 2012 shooting, is still taking up for the slain Florida teen, this time on one September cover of EBONY.
Charles Barkley's eternal frankness makes him one of the most beloved media personalities in sports. His comments about the George Zimmerman trial, specifically in regards to the media's "hidden agenda" and the "racist views" spouted by "black or white" observers, are certainly frank.
Many athletes have thoughts on George Zimmerman being found not guilty of the murder of Trayvon Martin. Many, many thoughts.
Trayvon Martin was murdered. George Zimmerman murdered him. The jury may or may not see it that way; juries get a narrow and complicated view of things, and sometimes they get things wrong. But outside the jury box, there's no excuse.