This piece is “Ne vous y Frottez Pas!! Liberté de la Presse”, loosely translated from the French as “Do not meddle with the Freedom of the Press.” Continue reading “Guardians of Democracy”
Today’s Supreme Court ruling in the Muslim ban case will be remembered in history as the Roberts court’s Korematsu.
When I was a kid, I wanted to be a journalist.
We hear you.
Across the nation and around the world, we hear you.
Dear St. Louis:
I look at you and see the birthplace of my father. Where my grandparents rest. Where my parents met and were eventually joined in union. Continue reading “Dear St. Louis”
Fifty years ago this month, the Civil Rights Act of 1964 passed.
She nourished us. She protected us. She guided us.
She was not who gave birth to us, but she raised us all like we were her own.
Humanity’s greatest strength is its capacity for curiosity.
Humanity’s greatest weakness is its obsession with superstition.