In the 1960’s Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson showed up where ever racial incidents occurred. Over the years, we have countless photographs that show them standing in the front row, mourning with a mother, praying with groups who suffered another injustice. They have spent their adult lives advancing black Americans. Sixty years later in every … Continue reading Is The Black Community Black Enough – Getting Away With Wrong Doing
A Finely Crafted Opinion Piece By Randy Adcox - June 3, 2020 By now many of you have probably heard about the city council voting 6-1 yesterday to move our Confederate Monument. Last night, I watched the video of the yesterday's proceedings and frankly, I have mixed feelings about what I … Continue reading Sharing: A Randy Adcox ‘Concerned Citizens’ Post – Removal of the Monument Vote Takes Place During A Budget Meeting
W.C. Fields (1880-1946) American comedian and actor says it best. “If at first, you don’t succeed, try, try again. Then quit. There’s no use being a damn fool about it.” If you have children you've experienced this maneuver. Ask Mom, and if she says no, ask Dad, maybe he'll say yes. The outcome was perfectly … Continue reading Public Hearings on Battle Park: Hoping For A Different Outcome?
(Stepheny in an excited voice quoting Julian of Norwich) “All shall be well, and all manner of thing shall be well.” I came home from … Continue reading Reporting On The Battle Park Public Input Meeting – 2/27/20