The skit, “Frisky Business”, makes the ironic point that current profiling for stop-and-frisk may not go far enough to touch the most meaningful crime in America today. This brilliant humor from the Daily Show demonstrates the strength of the narrative in targeting street crimes while ignoring crimes on THE street. Yet, the cost of white collar crime to American citizens is stunning.
Impacted by the rhetorical abuse of the term “entitled”? Fed up with blaming the unemployed for the logical outcome of the neo-robber-baron strategy? Are we on the slippery slope toward neo-feudalism? How does a stock market of 15,000+ indicate a healthy economy when 2% of Americans are on food stamps, home foreclosures continue, and the fact that a couple of men from th
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