Everyone's talking about all of the wrong things, like jobs, poverty and guns, she says.
The McBride theory:
What should we discuss? Teenage motherhood, absentee fathers, mentorship, poor choices, moral breakdown and high school drop out rates, for starters.So there you have it. The root causes of crime are teenage sex, deadbeat dads, and kids quitting school.
Maybe in her next column she'll discuss what to do about it. Bet not.