Unity is a shared goal. But unless it is built on truth, confession and repentance, it is not unity at all, but cowardice.
The campaign against Justice Carney is a blatant attempt to impose the narrow view of the few at the expense of the solid foundation of the law.
Though not all opposition to the plan was racist — far from it — by the end of testimony, the accumulated racism was undeniable.
With COVID-19 cases again on the rise, history again demands we respond, and the call to action is clear.
We pray that he stops misusing the Christian faith as he did this week.
We are a complicated species within whom fear and compassion both reside, and compassion wins, time and time again.
The strident stifling of potentially pertinent information is decidedly, absolutely, a lie of omission. And a lie cannot correct a lie; only truth can do that.
Here in the depths of the darkness, we need a reminder that light will return.
We should and do celebrate the fact that the governor recanted on his threats. But we also must remember that damage has already been inflicted.
Misguided and unethical policies at the state and federal levels continuously deny truths such as the equality of all people and their inherent rights.
We must nourish the humanity of people who may otherwise be hidden from our sight by the convenience of a category.
The wealthiest person in the world is an absolute failure if they do not care for those in need, just as the most prosperous state is a failed state if it does not care for its youth and elders.
We believe Proposition 9 is urgently needed to restore the quality of our public places and to assist chronically homeless residents into permanent housing.
Trump’s proposal, in its use of falsehoods and fear mongering, isn’t a wall but an accusing finger pointed intentionally and inaccurately at Mexicans.
This year in particular, please prioritize other people’s well-being and freedom from fear above your own fun, and don’t set any off in town.