Rewriting History

“Police did not clear protesters from Lafayette Park for Trump photo op, inspector general finds.” ~ CNN A little over a year ago, on June 1, 2020, we watched it play out, live. U.S. Park Police, Metropolitan Police, and the Secret Service used unnecessary tactics to clear Lafayette Square without first issuing a warning. They … Continue reading Rewriting History

The Road Unraveling Racism

“The President, Vice President and all civil Officers of the United States, shall be removed from Office on Impeachment for, and Conviction of, Treason, Bribery, or other high Crimes and Misdemeanors.” —US Constitution, Article II, Section 4 Because the GOP majority Senate failed to follow the clear guidelines of the constitution, 2020 has been a … Continue reading The Road Unraveling Racism

Peaceful Protests Met With Violence

Eight days ago George Floyd was murdered by four Minneapolis policemen: two held his body in place, one stood guard to make sure no one would help him, and the fourth used his knee to strangle him. Only one has been arrested. Derek Chauvin, the man who strangled Floyd, had 18 complaints on his official … Continue reading Peaceful Protests Met With Violence

Donald Trump’s Martin Luther King Jr Holiday

Donald Trump's tribute to Martin Luther King Jr consisted of a surprise visit to the memorial service. The duration of Trump's visit did not exceed 90 seconds. His speech: “Good morning, everybody. It’s a great day. It’s a beautiful day. And thank you for being here. Appreciate it.” ~ Donald Trump Trump left, most likely … Continue reading Donald Trump’s Martin Luther King Jr Holiday

Destroying Clothes in Protest

Okay, between Bob Woodward’s book release, and the confirmation hearing for the SCOTUS nominee from Hell, who has had time to take note of the latest attempt by the Trump crowd to boycott a product. The latest product to get media attention is Nike. In what has turned out to be an ingenious marketing strategy, … Continue reading Destroying Clothes in Protest