When I was a young lad, perhaps 10 or 11 years old, our family doctor came to my house in rural Marion County to check on my progress. I don’t remember what the ailment was (I had all the childhood illnesses), but I remember the visit vaguely.
President’s Day last Monday caught me by surprise. It’s not one of those major holidays like Christmas, but is celebrated on the third Monday of February to honor George Washington, our first president. In some places, it is an occasion to honor all presidents.
As I watched the Trump “protests/riots” in several large U.S. cities, I wondered to myself, “What could they possibly want? What are their demands? What issues do they want addressed by the incoming Trump administration?”