Who's Looking Out For You? - Chapter 8: Minority Report Summary & Analysis

Bill O'Reilly (commentator)
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Chapter 8: Minority Report Summary

Both politicians and the media overlook many inner city neighborhoods. Some areas - especially in poor neighborhoods - are written off and mostly ignored by law enforcement. Routine drug activity that would be tolerated in South Chicago or Compton would not be tolerated in an upscale neighborhood. It is more about class than race though. There is little incentive for powerful people to help the helpless - what's in it for them after all? It is true that there are many leadership problems with both black and white leadership in the United States. So-called "leaders" like Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton are mostly self-serving and do little to actually help their constituents. O'Reilly recommends that minorities shouldn't get hung up on dealing with stupid people or indefinite racist situations. He explains, "Don't sweat the small stuff."

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