Category Archives: Kindness

Silence and mute acquiescence are no longer an option

Any student of history recognizes the truth that there are times in history in which neutrality is not an option, in which silence connotes acquiescence. This isn’t to say that… Read more »

“5 minutes from ‘our movement is built on love’ to ‘our very dishonest media’….”

The main victim of the violence in Charlottesville, in President Trump’s telling, is, of course, President Trump. — Mike Madden (@MikeMadden) August 23, 2017 Trump off script on Charlottesville…."I'm showing… Read more »

How do you choose to live and give?

pic.twitter.com/r7tqIXaiCr — Sen. Lisa Murkowski (@lisamurkowski) August 17, 2017 Don’t speak to me about your religion; first show it to me in how you treat other people. Don’t tell me… Read more »

Racism without consequences shouldn’t exist

Yes, your boss can fire you for attending a white supremacist rally…. Trying to wrap yourself in the Constitution won’t help. Americans routinely invoke constitutional amendments as protective shields, but… Read more »

Compassion shouldn’t be taken as a sign of weakness or failed leadership

Yesterday, I asked the White House if President Trump reached out to the family of Heather Heyer to offer condolences. I got no response. — Hunter Walker (@hunterw) August 15,… Read more »

“In the good ol’ days, they’d rip him out of that seat so fast….”

Yes, this clip has me in tears.Yes, this is hard to watch.Yes, this is 2017. But this puts things in perspective.pic.twitter.com/qTk60HsJJt — Ricky Davila (@TheRickyDavila) August 14, 2017 I found… Read more »