Author: Scott Weigle

How a proud American party dies

Scott Weigle

The Republican party, formed at the dawn of the Civil War and championing union, fractures while promoting conspiracies and lies. A party born in the growing urban centers of the North fades toward irrelevance in dwindling rural enclaves. A party first led by ‘The Great Emancipator’ elects one of the greatest fools to ever hold elective office.

Seeing, believing and the slow march toward justice

Scott Weigle

Who could have predicted that Steve Jobs would initiate the modern civil rights movement around the world? For humans, it always takes seeing to truly believe. That was the case during the 1960s in America, when images of attack dogs and beatings were first broadcast to television audiences that could no longer ignore the shocking […]