He writes another post at GMToday, flirting with the line between subtle and blatant racism, as he bemoans the altruistic gift of Joseph Zilber. Mr. Zilber has pledged $50 million dollars of his own money to help improve Milwaukee's poorest neighborhoods.
But I won't go on about this. I will simply refer the gentle reader to two wiser men, who are also much better authors than I.
James Rowen has a succinct post expressing his agreement that Belling's comments are essentially pointless.
Paul Soglin gives us a more in-depth review, along with this line:
Belling has a Milwaukee view, or perhaps a world view that makes him incapable of understanding the problems of poverty and crime and how to fix them.
Indeed. Maybe Belling thinks the money could be better spent on a bobblehead.