Peace and Security
From the beginning, policing in this country has primarily protected the powerful. Maybe now that can change.
No matter where you live, there are lots of ways to contribute.
This July 4, let’s lay claim to the freedom and equality we’ve celebrated for centuries, but seldom practiced.
Trump’s own right-wing court threw cold water on his dream of killing DACA.
Even here, people are organizing demonstrations to protest racism and police violence.
Almost as bad as Trump’s Bible photo-op was the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff joining him in combat fatigues.
Firing tear gas at nonviolent demonstrators is unconscionable — especially in a respiratory pandemic.
Mostly, the argument is over who gets to riot — and why.
Local governments have a revenue problem, while America has a policing problem. There’s a simple solution.
We don’t know who’s carried out violence and vandalism or why. We do know police keep killing unarmed black Americans.