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Another Suicidal Showdown At The Yalu River Near North Korea?

Gladys and Billy were an impoverished couple living on M.L. King Blvd. in Dallas. We met during 1989-1992 to consider their family issues. After a half hour of talking about intractable problems, I sheepishly suggested we go down the street for a milkshake. Suddenly family problems would be superficially minimized by sweet milkshakes. Both are [...]

By | May 1st, 2017|Politics, Stories, War Crimes|0 Comments

How Would We Respond If 400 Military Bases Surrounded The USA?

The Bulletin of Atomic Scientists places a “Doomsday Clock” on every issue. Midnight is the hour of nuclear conflagration. With the arrival of Donald Trump as Commander-in-Chief the minute hand has been moved forward. It now stands at 2 minutes and thirty seconds before 12 o’clock. Prior to Mr. Trump’s arrival the United States began [...]

By | April 17th, 2017|Peace, Politics, War Crimes, Weapons of Mass Destruction|0 Comments

President Trump Ignored Congress, Broke Laws By Attacking Syria

“Congress has the sole power to declare war.” (Article I, Section 8 of the US Constitution) The US War Powers Act was passed on November 7, 1973 over the veto of President Nixon in a congressional endeavor to check yearnings of US Commanders-in-Chief to wage wars. President Trump clearly ignored our constitution and the War [...]

By | April 9th, 2017|Politics, War Crimes, Weapons of Mass Destruction|0 Comments

Are We The Reason A Doomsday Clock Was Moved Forward 30 Seconds?

Bulletin of Atomic Scientists editors moved their “Doomsday Clock” forward 30 seconds to midnight in January. February 1st the US put Iran “On Notice” for testing a missile. It is 11:57 and counting. The USA by means of serpentine CIA actions overthrew the elected Mosaddegh government of Iran in August 1953 and placed a dictatorial [...]

By | February 2nd, 2017|Corporate Responsibility, Peace, Politics, War Crimes|0 Comments

Will 2017 Birth Our New Abolition? 

October 27, 2016 the UN General Assembly considered resolution L-41, a document designed to abolish nuclear weapons globally. The final vote was 123 (of 195) countries in support with 38 in opposition. There were sixteen abstentions. The USA opposes abolition.

If We Do Not Read All Of Our History Or We Might Repeat It

In 2014 a Gallup poll was taken among 60,000 people in sixty countries. Results were not well received by public opinion researchers from the USA. Respondents believed the United States and Israel were the two most dangerous threats to peace. Compared to origins of human history in Mesopotamia over 4000 years ago, the United States [...]

By | December 18th, 2016|Corporate Responsibility, Politics, War Crimes|0 Comments

Did Don & Hil wink at cold war II?

Global network against weapons & nuclear power in space (www.uspeacecouncil.org) provides a “chokehold” map depicting how NATO and the USA are encircling Russia and China with military bases and trident submarines lurking in the Atlantic and pacific.

By | October 25th, 2016|Politics, War Crimes, Weapons of Mass Destruction|0 Comments

Hostages In Hells Bottom

The Berrigan brothers were prophetic leaders in the peace momentum. They followed an example of Gandhi, who read Jesus’ Beatitudes (Matthew V or Luke VI) every day. Like the uncertain number of arrests that their peace movement has endured, similarly could the Berrigans not enumerate their Pentagon visits.

Two Books All USA Citizens Should Study For Understanding Who We Are

Both Albertini and Douglass have merited considerable respect in the peace community for opposition to the Military Industrial Complex (MIC) that dominates our nation. Years of peace actions qualify Albertini and Douglas to write of their experiences and share their research.

By | January 16th, 2016|Literacy, Politics, War Crimes, Weapons of Mass Destruction|0 Comments