Tag Archives: Baton Rouge

Baton Rouge is a microcosm of our country

The Friday Photo July 15, 2016 I don’t have a photo this week, instead I am sharing a video circulating on the web that I made myself watch last night. When police wearing militarized gear charge peaceful protestors on private … Continue reading

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A few words borrowed from Rob

This is reposted from a new blog, by Ellen Oltman Kellner, Ellen is Okay. In follow-up to yesterday’s post: My son’s experience yesterday in Baton Rouge, and thoughts following. The militarization of our local police departments terrifies me. -Ellen Oltman Kellner … Continue reading

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Henchmen in the Trump campaign

It isn’t hard to deconstruct the rantings of someone who uses the vocabulary of a third grade bully. Presumptive Republican Presidential Nominee Donald Trump has surrounded himself by people of the same mindset. A Tweet by King Robbo,  @realkingrobbo, who … Continue reading

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