On June 20, one day after the Post & Courier published my op-ed, the Mayor’s office issued a press release Continue reading
Analysis and opinion of politics.
On May 23rd, during the Citizens’ Participation portion of the Charleston City Council meeting, members of the Charleston Area Justice Continue reading
In order to explain why the city of Charleston needs an external audit of its police department, I first need Continue reading
The Wrong Plan A week ago Monday, my wife and I went to John Wesley Methodist Church to attend the Continue reading
It’s almost time for the Charleston Area Justice Ministry (CAJM) to hold its 2017 Nehemiah Action Assembly, April 24, 7 Continue reading
“Save Sullivan’s Island,” their yard signs shout. “Beaches Not Forests!” Translation: “Save Our Million-Dollar Views!”
Stop it. If you are unhappy, there is no shortage of rich people who would be delighted to pay a fortune to live next to the forest.
[This op-ed appeared last week in Charleston’s Post & Courier.] It’s gut-check time for Republicans. Are they the party Donald Trump Continue reading
Washington, D.C., January 21, 2017. Over 500,000 people gathered. D.C. Metro did not record a single arrest. Continue reading