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What does justice for Trayvon Martin mean?

A young black man is dead and across the country people are demanding justice.  I don’t have any strong feelings about this incident one way or the other.  Frankly, I’d prefer the nation be talking about the injustice of bequeathing one hundred-plus trillion dollars in debt to our children be they black, white, brown, yellow, [...]
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