Perhaps the civics lessons of days gone by still linger somewhere in the bowels of the polity.
Why is the push always now to constrict, to herd people back into the city to live in multi-family dwellings and have them use public transportation ?
Freedom has served us well over the course of our 238 years of Independence.
Who is “we” and when did these “we’s” decide it was within their purview to create ‘workforces’?
Today is one of those days I’m glad I’m old. I may not be going to live to see the complete destruction of the land …
It ought to be a clarion call for a push to get the less fortunate among us, whether black or white or some other shade, off the plantation, off the reservation and into the daylight of freedom.
Simple words with extraordinary meaning.
This struggle is about freedom.
“I think of those that returned home but never made it back.”
How much freedom are Cajuns going to be willing to forfeit this time? Is this truly the home of Amos Moses any longer?