I got in on the middle of this WFDD story on the Nov. 4 1979 Klan-Nazi shootings, aka the “Greensboro Massacre.”

OK, I’m thinking to myself—what’s the significance here? It’s not November, not a landmark anniversary, and the book by the UNCG professor noted in the story was published in 2012. Oh—there it is— 10 years since the Truth and Reconciliation Commission issued its report on that fateful day.

That’s another thing that strikes me about liberal thinking—focusing not only on the 5 million ways we can get screwed in this world but also on the 5 million ways we have been screwed. It’s a vicious cycle.