The Washington Times Weekly - - Politics -

“On Thurs­day, Septem­ber 24th, af­ter an ap­par­ently pro­duc­tive day at Fen­gler High School in Chicago, Der­rion Al­bert, a black 16-year-old honor stu­dent, was knocked to the ground by a blow to the head with a rail­road tie. He was then punched, kicked and stomped. Those who re­sponded to res­cue him were too late,” E.W. Jack­son writes at www.amer­i­can­

“Der­rion had walked into the mid­dle of a fight be­tween two ri­val black gangs. He at­tempted to help one of the vic­tims in the melee and was killed for his trou­ble. This took place in Barack Obama’s Chicago. All his work for ‘so­cial jus­tice’ did a great deal for Obama, but it did noth­ing for Der­rion Al­bert,” Mr. Jack­son said.

“Of course the pres­i­dent is not re­spon­si­ble for this tragedy, but it does ex­pose the fatu­ous claim that such oc­cur­rences are the

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