Obama In Africa—A Bicontinental Disappointment; The Zimmerman Case Warrants Probe of Prosecutor When he went to Africa in 2009, President Obama was embraced as a son. This time around, he’s more like the prodigal son—and late to the feast even so. China, India and Brazil have been far more enthusiastic about doing business in the second-fastest-growing region in the world. The Zimmerman case, only in its third full day, has already proven that Special Prosecutor Angela Corey’s second-degree-murder charge against Trayvon Martin’s killer is a compromise – the result of something other than available or obtainable evidence to support a capital-murder charge.
June 26, 2013