Some call January 6th an "insurrection" whilst others merely refer to it as a riot.
Here at TKC we've most accurately described the historic event as a "panty raid" and that politically incorrect and stupid description is all our own . . Also, it hasn't caught on in the least BUT still makes me giggle.
Accordingly, this town's most prolific writer on the topic of faith & morals offers his own suggestion for tribute . . .
"The brutal Jan. 6 insurrection, whose leaders bought Donald Trump's Big Lie that he won the 2020 presidential election, must be both remembered and understood. Despite considerable investigation into what happened, how and who was behind it, there still is much we don't know.
"So as we wait for an accurate, full, clear history of what happened and why, we need to mark Jan. 6 each year in some appropriate way -- and then continue to do so annually so that we don't lose sight of how close America came to blowing up its democratic system."
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com news link for further explanation of his idea . . .
A rabbi has an intriguing idea worth considering as we think about ways we could remember and commemorate the upcoming first anniversary of the Jan. 6 insurrection at our nation's Capitol. Rabbi Joshua Hammerman, writing for Religion News Service, proposes...