Killing in the name of…

I have no idea whether Officer Darren Wilson was justified in shooting Michael Brown the first time, or the second through sixth times. Such decisions made under such circumstances are always questionable. Testimony from witnesses and the people involved is unreliable and physical evidence open to interpretation. If truth is the first casualty of war, … Continue reading

Corporate & Institutional Communications / Journalism / Media

Faith, lost and found

The cobbler may wear tatty old shoes and the confectioner might tire of chocolate, but journalists never stop reading the news. We can’t help ourselves; it’s an addiction. My own habit includes Google’s newsfeed, the New Yorker and National Public Radio. While these latter two are generally excellent mediums, I had begun to fret over … Continue reading