Tag Archives: I Can’t Breathe

Deciding What Works

There’s no reason America pauses at the end of December – the world doesn’t – but Christmas makes everyone a bleeding-heart liberal for a few days. Everyone watches variations on the Scrooge story – life isn’t that bad if you … Continue reading

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You Say You Want a Revolution

Everyone was young once, and some of us were young in the sixties, and we were going to change the world – but it refused to change. Many took to the streets in Chicago in 1968, or wish they had, … Continue reading

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Now No One Can Breathe

No one should have been surprised, because geography matters. Staten Island is to New York City as Simi Valley is to Los Angeles – the smallest of the five boroughs, it’s predominately white, a bit isolated, and where all the … Continue reading

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