Tag Archives: justice

On Citizenship And Responsibility

Last night I watched JUDGEMENT AT NUREMBERG. I recognize that it is considered politically incorrect to say such things these days (Damn Godwin’s Law!), but throughout the entire film I couldn’t help thinking of the apologia offered up by the German people after the War. “We stayed silent because we were afraid and because we […]

On The Voice Of Abel’s Blood And Other Mysteries

Growing up in Grundy County, I knew a boy whose family lived at the end of a dirt road in Layne’s Cove. His name was Jimmy Tucker and his skin was a white as alabaster. It was so white, in fact, that blue veins throbbed through the opacity of his cheeks, especially on cold days. […]