Don’t Kneel on Me

Who can watch the events in cities across the United States and not hoist a banner of some sort? Either you take a stand against bigotry, hatred, injustice, and division. Or you incite it with violent rhetoric from behind your hooded accounts on social media.     ##

The Halloween Hundred

Dragons Are Dangerous Mulridge interrogated the boy, chilled by his flat voice and steady hands. Twenty years in police psychiatry, he’d never met so cold a child. “You’re a knight?” Mulridge said. “Is that dragon blood on your costume?” “I’m a knight. Knights kill dragons.” “Did you know the dragon you killed was your brother?” … Continue reading The Halloween Hundred