This nation can and often corrects its mistakes. Does it do so according to expectations? Sometimes – sometimes not, but that is a different discussion.
I am still trying to wrap my “brain housing group” around what is being accomplished by removing Confederate statues from the public square. I could muster some empathy if they represent physical danger, but this is not the case.
It is all about sensitivity and instant gratification in 21st century America. Has anyone considered what is offensive to some is exactly what is needed to stimulate the thought process and effect positive behavior modification in others?
Now, how do I get off this soapbox?
Jim Withycombe, Lemoore