For days now, since the murder of George Floyd in Minneapolis, Americans have seen riots take over many of our big cities. Countless properties have been vandalized, businesses have been looted and torched, damage that only hurt the neighborhoods of the rioters. But the most disturbing revelation of these clearly organized riots throughout the country has been seeing the thousands of people in all the affected cities who feel they have a right to steal that which does not belong to them. Night after night, we have watched thieving thugs break windows of small and large businesses, charge into them and run out with as much merchandise they can carry. They stuff their booty into large SUVs, many of which have the license plates removed. They are wearing masks so do not fear facial recognition software. These riots seem to prove that, despite our protestations to the contrary, we do live in something of a third world nation. When that many people in as many cities that are under siege right now feel no allegiance to the law, to their families, to their neighbors, to civil society, we are indeed a nation in need of a reboot. […]
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