Rethinking Rolling Stone’s Boston Bomber Cover and the Way We Discuss Ideas in America

My copy of the now infamous Dzhokhar Tsarnaev Rolling Stone cover photo has been on my desk for a week.  Living in Maine, it got to me days after it initially hit news stands, so by the time I pulled it from my mailbox, this country was in a full throttle yelling match over the … Continue reading Rethinking Rolling Stone’s Boston Bomber Cover and the Way We Discuss Ideas in America

Boston’s Prayer of Action in the Face of the Marathon Bombings

It's been years since I've used language to directly address a higher power in prayer.  I was raised in the Catholic Church where it was common to hear, "Please pray for us," or, "We'll be sure to pray for you," when a church member was in tragedy's tight grip.  As any good Catholic kid, I … Continue reading Boston’s Prayer of Action in the Face of the Marathon Bombings