Tag Archives: gun violence

Don’t Blame Black Lives Matter For Dallas, Blame America’s Culture Of Violence

This morning I awoke to a scene of carnage on the front page of every news site and interweaved in the social media feeds of my friends. What happened in Dallas is hard to comprehend. As a daughter of a retired police officer I know only too well the risk these men take every day […]

Flags Perpetually at Half-Staff

In the past 6 years that I have worked in Federal contracting, there isn’t a more solemn and impressively distressing sight than seeing a flag lowered to half-staff. It marks death and a time for mourning the lives that have been lost. And in the past 6 years, both on military bases and in Washington, D.C., […]


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