There has been a great deal of press recently concerning several of our local Mayors traveling to Washington DC to speak to our Congressional delegation and United States Army Corps of Engineers about the dirty water crises stemming from the excessive release of polluted water from Lake Okeechobee.
Issue 31 Editorial
We've been materially comfortable and abundant for so long, we sometimes fear or avoid the struggle necessary to advance ourselves. Throughout history, great struggle has usually preceded any significant social change. Since the Jews escaped into the wilderness from the horrors of ancient Egypt and roamed for decades, through the Enlightenment where Western man evolved from the torture chambers of the Inquisition and religious zeal, past the French and American revolutions liberating the common man from privilege and into the millions who died fighting the Nazi enslavement machine, change is marked by struggle.