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There is no institution on the planet that is more adept at doing today what it did yesterday than the Pentagon.
The relationship between President Donald Trump and America’s admirals and generals has reached a low point in recent American history.
It certainly doesn’t seem like we can put faith in the media or political parties...
In the wake of recent Black Lives Matter protests in response to the murder of George Floyd at the hands of a police officer and the important dialog that has resulted, I am inclined to revisit The New York Times’ controversial 1619 Project.
The sun rose yesterday in Washington, D.C. at 6:02 a.m. I made my routine morning run in the silence of dawn, passing the Lincoln Memorial and running along the still water of the Reflecting Pool.
Is America in a recession? It’s an unpopular question to ask, but it has now been over three months since COVID-19 restrictions were initiated and it is time for us to get realistic about where we are economically so that we can take the proper steps to minimize further damage to our economy.
The recent scenes of largely white crowds across the world demonstrating in support of Black Lives Matter in the wake of George Floyd’s death are reminiscent of another watershed moment in America: the 1960s civil rights revolution.
There is a ground swell in America, and for 13 days there has been multiracial protests and demonstrations based on the killing of George Floyd by four Minnesota police.
When Ahmaud Arbery’s sensational killing became media fodder, many in the media decried it as a clearly racist murder, and even former Vice President Joe Biden got in on the act, calling it a “lynching.”
The orchestrated violence roiling an increasing number of American cities is cause for considerable concern.