It’s just as possible for anti-war activists to commit crimes as anyone else, but FBI searches and seizures of items as odd as a child’s drawing and a Martin Luther King poster from anti-war activists this week in Minnesota and Illinois have undeniably roused a moribund peace movement back into high gear. United for Peace […]
The spelling lesson will come tomorrow. He’s already got the essentials down. […]
There are other towns that are protesting on the event of the the six year anniversary of the Iraq War. Why shouldn’t mine? […]
Late last month, second-term congressman Bruce Braley of Iowa announced the formation of the Populist Caucus in the 111th Congress, a group organized around advocacy for the following principles:
Creating Good Jobs and a Secure Retirement: Creating and retaining good-paying jobs in America, providing fair wages, proper benefits, a level playing field at the negotiating […]
Whoever Schlap is, she or he has a great way of interweaving images and ideas. I like it.
If Dennis Kucinich really wants a Department of Peace, and isn’t just trying to make a statement, then he needs to withdraw his legislation, cut it down to bare essentials, and introduce it again. […]
On Sunday, December 21 in Columbus Ohio, it was a mere 9 degrees out and the wind was blowing at enough of a clip to shove the wind chill below zero. And yet five hardy souls stood at the corner of 15th Avenue and High Street as they have every week for five long years […]
Activism against weapons merchant Raytheon in Bristol, UK. Is it just me, or do these Brits have a bit more activist backbone than we Americans these days? […]
Agence France-Presse gave a curious headline yesterday: Rice to make yet another push for peace in Middle East. Rice, in their article, is not the wetland grain, but rather Secretary of State Condoleeza Rice.
When I read that headline, I thought about it for a minute. I concentrated. I tried to remember – when exactly […]