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June 4, 2020

When the Jews were under Nazi occupation, kneeling before demons was sometimes the only choice.  If that was their tragic fate, I guarantee it wasn’t in solidarity.  Kneeling with someone means they have common support.  They agree.  Their cause is one and the same.  With that in mind, let me give you an up-close scenario of what police officers are dealing with.

Imagine that an angry mob surrounds you.  They refer to you in the most vile language conceivable.  They shout that you must die.  They demand you surrender your position as protector of the people.  They insist you admit you are racist.  They throw rocks, bricks and bottles, they swing bats, pipes and boards.  They hurl arrows with razor blades at the ends.   They shatter bones that require surgery.  Sometimes they permanently maim, disfigure and kill.  

Then they ask you to kneel with them.  If you refuse, you are called a coward.  If you do kneel, they laugh and taun...

June 1, 2020

It’s hard enough to imagine evil.  Stomaching it is well beyond that.  I know people have been cooped up for months and there is a lot of pent up emotion that can easily turn into anger, but it’s beyond the realm of my understanding when people feel justified causing even more pain, suffering and destruction.

Peaceful protesting is a civil right.  Any person, no matter how insidious, has the right to a lawful, legal process.  It’s one of the major distinctions between America and any other Banana Republic.  I wonder if the lines of justice haven’t been blurred by politicians who break the law and get away with it.  Anyone who breaks the law, no matter who they are, deserves to deal with the consequences.

Burning down someone’s business or car is arson.  Smashing a window or painting graffiti is vandalizing.  Looting is robbery.  Throwing rocks, bottles or anything else at another person is assault.  Arson, vandalism, robbery and assault are crimes.  When a pack of agg...

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