No, There’s No Race Problem in America, Why Do You Ask?

I’m far from the first, but this may be one of the best takedowns of today’s truly awful New York Times profile of Michael Brown. It’s a comparison of how the Times spoke of Brown (“no angel,” “problems,” stealing cigars, pushing a convenience store clerk, etc.) vs how they described Ted Bundy (“never a shred of evidence…to hint at any aberrant behavior,” “Boy Scout, B-plus student,” “loved children, read poetry,” etc.)

And yes, it was the mid-80s vs 2014, but in one sense, that only makes it worse:

Is there an ongoing race problem in America? Well, you tell me.