Rarely does a week go by that I don't read a story about someone who has savagely criticized another person, or a group, on social media and then is shocked (SHOCKED, I TELL YOU!) that countless numbers of people don't rally around him or her in that moment of great emotional need. The narrative almost … Continue reading The other side of the coin
You want to take a knee when the national anthem plays? You do it. Your symbolic action is working. And it needs to be followed by much more meaningful action. I could make a dry, legal argument (no offense to lawyers) that kneeling is constitutional. But that misses the point. The more important reason why … Continue reading You want to take a knee? You do it!