dallas shooting

We're at the point where the bloodshed is all starting to blur together.
Brown managed the response to a shooting that killed five officers.
You have a choice to make. Will you be a part of the problem or a part of the solution? History is waiting!
cc | The Honorable Mike Rawlings Mayor of Dallas Office of the Mayor 1500 Marilla St. Suite 5EN Dallas, Texas 75201 We are
As we move forward in our endeavors, we will forever remember the lives of those slain and the loss their families have experienced. While we pray that their hearts and minds will one day know peace, we pledge to aggressively continue our efforts so that these types of prayers will one day become unnecessary.
“This is the fight that she will continue ― when we make history by electing her as the 45th president of the United States."
There is a vital question to be answered in this pluralistic and diverse nation - Who is your neighbor? Donald Trump and Hilary Clinton's answers to the question will be revealing. The soul and character of the United States of America depends on how we answer this question.
In my recent book, The Failure of Counterinsurgency: Why Hearts and Minds Are Seldom Won, I explain why these less aggressive
Earlier this week I was in Chicago, which sadly has become synonymous with gun violence. There, I keynoted a conference of
As we continue to seek answers and explanations for each individual tragedy, we must guard against becoming complacent or worse, hopeless, as a result of the cumulative impact of these disturbing events.
Earlier this year, my brother, Police Officer David Hofer, was killed in an ambush in the line of duty in Euless, Texas. In the last two weeks, five Dallas Police Department officers were gunned down and three officers were killed in Baton Rouge.
Below I am offering some simple tips I use to reduce my stress. Snap Your Fingers -- Raise your arms over your head to eye
By demonizing a movement, law-and-order hard-liners ignore both the human tragedy of black lives lost, as well as the operational problem of police violence.
We caused those deaths, by our inaction, by our acquiescence in the maintenance of a social structure, by our active or passive maintenance of a national fabric that not only allowed, but supported the behavior that has inevitably brought us to the ugly place in which we now find ourselves.
To the misguided folks, who use legalized murder of black men as an opportunity to publicly chastise the black community, shame on you! Valid concerns or not, the timing of your crusade will never be appropriate.
As long as the privileged aren't confronted with crime, poverty, economic deprivation or racism, it's far too easy to wash their hands of a responsibility all Americans should share, a more just society.
Love and justice seemed so loud and so close. Evil didn’t listen.