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Hunger Games: Hunting vs. Healing

by Joe Scarry The Hunger Games is everywhere. (What is it good for?) The kids are back in school, and my mind turns to the question of how we are preparing the next generation to create a better world. In … Continue reading

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The danger of renewed Cold War with Iran

by Alan Gilbert The 5+1 Treaty with Iran was a major victory – a step forward – for cooling down tensions in the Middle East and achieving world peace.  It was a break by Obama with past American belligerence and … Continue reading

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At UN Syria Fails to Call for Nuremberg Prosecution of US and Allies Funding/Organizing Terrorist Invasion

by Jay Janson “Assad Must Go, Obama Says,” Washington Post, August 18, 2011, Four years later the United States is still openly funding various organizations committed to this purpose, most of which consists of armed invaders of Syria, all the … Continue reading

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Iran and Appeasement at UN General Debate also No Call for Justice via Nuremberg Prosecution of US

by jay janson This article is in regard to the address of  President Hassan Rouhani of Iran before the United Nations General Assembly during its 2015 General Debate (9/28/2015), the general atmosphere of appeasement during the debate, and an unwillingness, … Continue reading

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What war is: Captain Dan Quinn stands up to American crimes

by Alan Gilbert Against administration policy, Captain Dan Quinn stood up to the sexual abuse of boys by “allies” on an American military base in Afghanistan.  He cares about something, aside from getting home alive.  He could not stand the sick feeling … Continue reading

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#PeaceDay 2015 – Ten Thoughts on Peace

by Joe Scarry Rainbow peace sign flag (Image: @fieldsforever58) Yesterday was the UN International Day of Peace. The day nudged me to think about what — if anything — I feel I really know about peace and the movement for … Continue reading

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All I need to know about the state I learned in bootcamp

by Ben Jones Joining the Marine Corps was probably the worst decision I ever made in my life. Although I’m sure most people who join a gang when they’re young and survive the experience have these regrets later on.  Thankfully a … Continue reading

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