Posts Tagged ‘ BLM ’

Beirut, America is not an option.

August 16, 2020
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The Wall Street Journal’s editorial headline read:  “Seattle’s Best Resigns” – “The city’s first black police chief is out—thanks to progressives.” A few hours earlier, Seattle Police Chief Carmen Best had announced that she would be retiring effective September 2. Best still had at least a decade to mentor new recruits and share her...

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Statues deserve discussion not destruction

June 28, 2020
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Gaetano Trentanove was born in Florence, Italy, February 21, 1858. A student of the Florentine Academy, his first work received a gold medal from The Society for the promotion of fine art in Turin. Friendships formed in Paris would lead him to opening a studio in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and eventually securing American citizenship. A...

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More death does not justice bring

June 7, 2020
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The video is horrifying. A black man lying on the ground, his life leaving him with every passing second. The countdown to death is unstoppable. No, that is not a description of the death of George Floyd. The above describes the Facebook live post of a dying David Dorn in the early morning hours...

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Nevada BLM – Bundy standoff is about more than just one man

April 23, 2014
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Nevada BLM – Bundy standoff is about more than just one man

Imagine that all your life you’ve spent your days working your ranch and your nights nursing the callouses, the aches and the pains that come from working that ranch. Imagine that though the Bureau of Land Management is your largest landlord, you’ve had a good relationship and paid grazing fees for years. Imagine then...

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