Chicago's leniency for murderers ends as well as you'd think it would

I'm a big believer in remorse, repentance, and redemption.  This means that people who are genuinely contrite — and who have paid for whatever wrongdoing they did — can be forgiven.  The left, which always likes shortcuts for those it characterizes as oppressed, prefers instantly to forgive these downtrodden anti-heroes, no matter how heinous their conduct, without expecting anything from them. That attitude may explain why Chicago's Cook County prosecutors gave a pass to Steven Davis in 2019, when he was charged with murder.  It was a surprise only to leftists that Davis later murdered another person in cold blood this July, a story that's now getting reported. The report illustrates perfectly the wisdom behind Dennis Prager having said over the years, "If you are kind to the cruel, you will be cruel to the kind."  The Chicago Sun-Times tells the tragic tale of the pointless...(Read Full Post)
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