Perpetual war is the enabler of terrorism, not our acceptance of Muslims, immigrants and refugees.
Not all soldiers are heroes. Let’s just say it. Not everyone is a hero.
War-making has indeed become all too easy and it’s become all too harder to end it.
“We don’t need these antagonizers out here,” said protester Jerrell Bourrage, who earlier grabbed one of the bottle-hurling demonstrators and told him to stop.
84 percent of police officers report that they’ve seen colleagues use excessive force on civilians, and 61 percent admit they don’t always report “even serious criminal violations that involve abuse of authority by fellow officers.”
An unarmed black teenager, Michael Brown, was killed because he was walking down the street with another friend. Jaywalking. If I'm walking down that street with a friend, am I going to be accosted? Probably not.
Whitney Curtis for the New York Times It’s only been two days since I wrote this piece on here, “Ferguson Continue reading
Let’s just check the facts taken from a New York Times report and the Washington Post: As of July 19th, Continue reading