There's an Anti-War rally tomorrow but the City is still refusing to issue a permit to march to the protest's organizers. A federal appeals court has upheld a judge's ruling supporting the City's refusal to do so because of, "safety and security considerations." This seems like a dangerous precedent and violation of our First Amendment. Perhaps next time, the City will refuse to issue any permit whatsoever. After all, safety and security considerations won't be disappearing anytime soon. I think I'd like to march tomorrow with a placard that reads, "Unconvinced about war right now, pro-Constitution and pro-March." Hmmm…that doesn't roll off the tongue like I'd hoped.