By Hannah Harkness I have always been mystified by horse cops. Until I wrote this article, it was just a stump topic I had for angry bar conversations about law enforcement overreach. I never understood them. I wondered how it could possibly be healthy for horses to do police work.
Making that fateful trek to our nation’s capital this week? Not all of it will be bad, yes there will most likely be a speech with the eloquence and grammar below a 6th-grade level, the lowest predicted attendance rate and highest amount of organized protests of any inauguration, but that
Friday January 20th is going to be a rough day for a lot of us. The only bright side is the inauguration is happening at 9am Pacific time so you always have to option to just sleep through it… if you can. Its been pretty well established that PEOTUS is
If you’re reading this there is a very good chance that you didn’t vote for Ed Lee for mayor of San Francisco. In fact only 55% of registered voters did, which is rather embarrassing for him considering he ran “unopposed”. That said, protesting his inauguration at 11am on Friday at City Hall
Baltimore has always been good to me. Hospitable and friendly, I’ve never left Charm City without having a good time. When I began to read about and watch the protests, unrest and repression unfolding on the Chesapeake, I felt compelled to see for myself what was really going on.
Last week, I spoke about the People’s Climate March and my disdain for corporate sponsored parties disguised as demonstrations. Lest I be viewed as nothing more than a cranky naysayer, I want to highlight a protest movement with real vision and brilliant tactics. Hopefully some of the idealists here in
One of the mainest of main thoroughfares in Manahattan, I mostly associate 14th Street with a convenient spot to meet someone off of the L train, a massive crowd outside of Whole Foods, or the disgusting chemical cheese smell that overpowers the entire block on which Taco Bell is located. However,