Featured by Peter Lucier
COVID-19 and the loneliness of American heroism
"I now stand in the shoes of those who tried to thank me when I came home. I profusely thank the checkout clerk, the pharmacy technician, the nurses and doctors I know. But in my heart, I wonder if each time I try to express my gratitude, I’m only creating a moment for them to remember that while I am relatively safe from harm, and they are risking their lives and livelihoods, so that I can have a bowl of cereal in the morning"
Arming Teachers Is A Dangerous Back-To-School Accessory
I was preparing lesson plans for junior English when the alert hit my phone – a report that the Department...
Seeing Myself In An Oregon Standoff Suspect
David Fry was the last occupier of the Malheur Refuge. On the final morning of the standoff in Oregon, there...