Isaac Newton Farris Jr.
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Whatever is done it must be done non-violently, democratically and culturally inclusively, Isaac Newton Farris Jr. writes.
The spiritual game-changing police murder of George Floyd has increased the call by many for a Joe Biden Black Vice President. Spiritually and symbolically this is a grand and noble quest, but philosophically and functionally it’s a flawed proposition.
This past week the best and worst of protesting in America was on display, Isaac Newton Farris Jr. writes.
Even with all the sickness, death, and disruption to society and the economy by Covid-19, we have yet to see what the final impact the coronavirus war will have on America. At this point only one thing is clear, there are three American beliefs that the coronavirus has smashed to smithereens.
President Trump, the House, and the Senate must do everything in their power to make sure that next November all eligible Americans can cast their vote in the 2020 general election.
The founding fathers intended for the Senators to cast an impeachment vote based on principles of impartially, democracy, and law.