Cops, Communists, Sharks and Pigs
March 22nd, 2007

What they’re saying on the editorial pages this morning:

Michael Goodwin says critics of the police should stop using the word “murder” when talking about the Sean Bell case.

Errol Louis argues that mortgage lenders who target low income communities for high-risk loans are sharks “whose greed has crippled millions of American families and triggered a national economic catastrophe.”

The Post and the Sun think New York University is coddling Communists.

The Post also says that John Liu’s idea to force the city’s Department of
Transportation to post all parking regulations online is a rare good idea from the council “proving that even a blind pig can find an acorn at least once.”

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