By Teri O'Brien -
"The role of the family in shaping character and ability is so pervasive as to be easily overlooked. The family is the basic social unit of American life; it is the basic socializing unit. By and large, adult conduct in society is learned as a child." Daniel Patrick Moynihan, The Negro Family: The Case for National Action, 1965
We still don't have enough facts to know whether Officer Jason Van Dyke should be convicted of murder in the death of Laquan McDonald, but we do know that liberal policies destroyed the black family.