The Military and Political Protests

The Military and Political Protests

In April 2014, the U.S. military issued protocols for the control of civil disturbances and crowd control. According to these protocols, anyone who objects to the current state of social, political and economic life in the U.S. is a legitimate target.

Lexington and Slavery

Lexington and Slavery

A few weeks ago, Lexington Mayor Linda Gorton appointed “The Commission for Racial Justice & Equality” to look at ways to address systemic racism. While that commission has created a number of subcommittees to look at various aspects of the matter, it has left one overarching issue to the vagaries of history. Lexington was one of the two largest slave markets in the South. Even more important was the fact...