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A police officer raises his weapon at a car speeding in his general direction as a more vocal and confrontational group of demonstrators stands on the sidewalk during further protests in reaction to the shooting of Michael Brown near Ferguson, Missou...

"[A curfew] is profoundly patronizing. 'Look, let's see if you can all remain quiet for twenty minutes, and then we'll see if you can all go and play outside.' If even the governor can't distinguish between the good and the bad elements of the commun...

It has been a week of change. People have come and gone. One of my men is now living in Pittsburgh and we get to talk every night, thanks to Skype. The wonders of technology never cease. Last night we heard from a second of my men, who is moving his...

Courtesy: Love Pain And Hope It has been a very sad twenty four hours. And I am conflicted. Up front we must remember that: Never judge another human being, because you really don’t know the struggles they have. Tolerance for those with differe...

  I wrote this some time ago, well, a LONG time ago. July of 2007. This is Cabot Square – and the Children’s Hospital to the Left of frame. *** *** *** *** Since this writing took place, Cabot Square is now closed and fenced in. It is being re-p...

The list at the left shows the nations that have accepted health care as a human right, and established some kind of universal health care system. The citizens in these nations all have access to decent health care -- no matter how rich or poor they...

The city is humming with people coming and going. The Osheaga Festival opened tonight and runs through the weekend, The Berri Transit station was packed with concert goers this evening. I guess I was right when I said last night that wisdom usually f...