We always need a statue of Stalin, Lenin and Hitler to remind us of what evil looks like, so that future generations will not forget. What does tearing down a statue teach?
Fire the sheriff in Charlottesville, Va., for standing down and allowing radical groups to attack white supremacists. Police should protect all residents, no matter their free speech leaning. This sheriff is black; did his personal beliefs play a part in his decision to allow white people to be beaten with bats, sticks and cans filled with cement?
Tell your congressman “no” to a rock weir to replace the lock and dam. If and when there is a breech in the levee and the river level must be lowered, what’s the plan? A military airstrike on the weir?
Kim Jong Un, the leader of North Korea, has stepped down on his threat to Guam, after tough talk from America.
Whatever President Trump or his speechwriters claim he believes, white supremacists in America believe he is on their side. This is no sheer mistake on his part and it is worth our time to ponder why that is.
Every time there is a terrorist attack perpetrated by a Muslim, people insist that all Muslims must condemn the act or it should be assumed that they agree with the terrorist. Using hat reasoning, all white people need to condemn the acts of the white supremacists in Charlottesville, or they are complicit.