We continue to be back in the Cleveland area where we’re working on position papers, filing, tour itineray, and yard work. The other night our family took a break to play some “Social Justice Football” at the Catholic Worker House around the corner. The rules of Social Justice Football are: 1) Everybody gets a chance to play quarterback, if they like. 2) Everybody gets a chance to catch a pass — even our four-year-old Jonathan. 3) And you never keep score. (Ok, I’m lying on that one. There is, oh, a couple of us more competitive sorts that were keeping score the other night, under our breaths.) Note: It’s not just about throwing money at the kids down here in the city. It’s about letting them get in the game.