Mostly, Halloween is a wonderful holiday. Still, it should also remind us of a darker side. As in Salem in 1692, where they hung witches. Actually, they didn't actually hang any witches at all. The only ones they killed were those who would rather die than confess to imaginary crimes they did not commit.
Tonight, amongst the festivities, I will remember the innocents, the last of whom were finally declared as such ten years ago tonight.
I suppose we "A" people are a bit more sensitized to this than most. Sarah A Wildes was one of three our family lost that year to a system of "guilty if you say you are innocent" rather than "innocent until proven guilty."
A Transportation Revolution - We prepare for the Strong Towns Summit on Transportation this Friday and Saturday in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
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