I was wrong. I predicted riots after a jury pronounced George Zimmerman “not guilty” of murdering Florida teen Trayvon Martin. Despite outrage from the Al Sharptons of this world—progressives determined to portray the verdict as an indictment of “white society” in general and the legal system in particular—trial-related violence was both isolated and sporadic. There wasn’t even much in the way of affirmative shopping (a.k.a., looting). Fueled by an administration ideologically addicted to promoting racial strife, the punditocracy continues to bleat on. Fortunately, the end is in sight (a Google news search places the Rolling Stone cover boy Dzhokhar Tsarnaev at the top of the pile). Except for George Zimmerman, whose trials will never end.