Regardless of your political identity, you have to admit this is pretty historic.
The headline pretty much says it all.
A Roswell pastor said a police officer was fired on Thursday after the Roswell Police chief received a complaint that a Confederate flag was flying outside the officer’s house where an official police vehicle was parked in the driveway.
Read the rest at the Atlanta Journal Constitution.
Ever since the Civil Rights era the city of Atlanta has often dubbed itself the “city too busy to hate.” Now that the city is in the throes of this generation’s protest, Atlanta seems to be adopting that moniker once more. Check out this inspirational video from 11Alive created after NAACP led protests in the city. Continue reading ““A City too Busy to Hate” and Mayor Kasim Reed”
After the Charleston Church shooting last year Confederate Flags and iconography suffered tremendous backlash. Most notable of which was the removal of the Confederate Battle Flag (CBF) from the grounds of the South Carolina State House. Naturally, with every backlash comes the counter-backlash. One year later in the midst of a Presidential election, the flag and those that wield it have found a new ally…Donald Trump. Continue reading “Donald Trump’s Confederate Flag”
Comical presentism. Continue reading “The Declaration of Independence”
Warning: The video contains adult language.
I have been pretty busy over the past couple of months which has reduced the frequency I can post on here. Fortunately, things are quieting down or at least becoming more routine. That being said, here are some updates. Continue reading “From the Holler!”