Tag: Protest

The Value Of Criticism

David Todd McCarty- August 25, 2020

The concept of ‘love it or leave it’ is antithetical to the principles our country was founded on, not the least of which was the ... Read More

The Power Of One

David Todd McCarty- August 23, 2020

Maybe more impactful than the faceless throng in the streets chanting pre-packaged slogans, is the solitary protestor, earnest, vulnerable and alone. By David Todd McCarty ... Read More

Fear And Loathing In Cape May County

David Todd McCarty- July 24, 2020

Trumpism has affected all areas of public life in America but nowhere has it felt more significant than right here in our remote seaside community ... Read More

Why We Fight (Part One): The Uphill Battle

David Todd McCarty- July 22, 2020

Despite months of protests and centuries of struggle for equal rights, many White Americans maintain an obstinate resistance to accepting the Black Lives Matter movement ... Read More

A Winter Night In Wildwood When Humpty Dumpty Was Met By A King

David Todd McCarty- January 31, 2020

A Trump rally, a counter protest, an inflatable baby, a civil rights icon, and over 10,000 supporters and protestors squeezed into several blocks along the ... Read More

Posts From The Trump Rally And Counter Protest

David Todd McCarty- January 31, 2020

By David Todd McCarty | Thursday, January 30, 2020 A selection of images from the day. <!-- wp:gallery {"ids":,"ampLightbox":true} --> Read More

The Young Are At The Gates

standardeditor- March 29, 2018

The young are the gates indeed. With today's inertia of demonstrations and protests, it might be helpful to look back at another time, one hundred ... Read More

Students Will Rise

David Todd McCarty- February 28, 2018

Since the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting in Parkland, Florida which saw 17 high school students shot to death by a former student,19-year-old Nikolas ... Read More