My neighborhood is clogged with park-and-ride overflow.
A case in point is Douglas McCain, a U.S. citizen who died fighting for ISIL.
History suggests that we should not be the final arbiter.
The Green Line may be slow, but the freeway is unpredictable.
Recognizing privilege is an important step toward recognizing those without it.
This is true even if the work is legitimate. Change this practice.
Utility collaboration with active communities is necessary.
Or for those who let them. (One beneficiary at the expense of many others.)
Death is just the end of the dying that began long ago.
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