Tag: justice

Muhammad Ali, larger than life

Muhammad Ali, larger than life

An unsurpassed legacy has reached its temporal conclusion.  The greatest sports figure and celebrity of the 20th century has passed.  Rather than mourn his death, we continue to celebrate his life and its many facets.   Rather than poorly retelling a complex life story, I […]

Contrast: Jefferson Davis and brother Joseph Davis – who empowered slaves

Joseph Emory Davis A word about an amazing man, Joseph Davis.  His brother was Jefferson Davis, future President of the Confederacy.  He had a plantation, owned slaves, and was successful.   What is remarkable about Joseph Davis is that, despite his background and social standing in […]

Unfortunately not all vigilantes are like Bruce Wayne.

Unfortunately not all vigilantes are like Bruce Wayne.

This is in progress. I deleted everything – I keep changing my mind as to the purpose of bringing such darkness here. Wiki Page for reference to the details and timeline of the case. 15 July: Okay, I am ready. I think. 16 July: Initially […]

Archbishop of Slums

Archbishop of Slums

When I feed the hungry, they call me a saint.  When I ask why people are hungry, they call me a Communist. – Father Dom Helder Camara A conversation he had with his torturer when the military captured him: How can a Christian collaborate with […]


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