A man was killed after being hit by a car while he tried to cross the street in North Park overnight.
Mike Kevitt: Trump is ok, here, except his saying he's sacrificed a lot, because of how hard he's worked to do what he's done all his life. His hard work was not a sacrifice in any way. Aside from his eminent domain, it has been a win for everybody, not a sacrifice. He should say it was a gain, not a sacrifice. And Trump should say that gain is a positive value and a virtue, and that sacrifice is absolutely evil. By calling his work a sacrifice, Trump thus gives in to his opponents in his run for the presidency. He should add that dying on the battlefield can't, as such, be considered a sacrifice, but that it is a fight for ones values, the continued existence of which is a positive gain without which one doesn't want to live. One chooses one's own way of upholding one's values, including a soldier telling his troops to stand back while he, alone, advances, and so, gets killed.