Category Archives: The New Peace Movement

To the First Female Rangers

by Joey King Today is Friday August 21, 2015, and history is being made. Two females will become the first of their gender to graduate from the US Army’s elite Ranger School. Coincidently, I graduated Ranger School almost exactly 30 … Continue reading

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#Twitter Community for Peace Activism: What Do We Understand?

by Joe Scarry If you are like me, you breathe a little sigh of relief every time you see some big New Media guru admit that no one really understands how Twitter works. I spend a lot of time on … Continue reading

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“The way to respond to ISIS is not through violence.”

by Joe Scarry I’ve predicted that ISIS is one of two topics that presidential candidates are going to have to address in the 2016 election cycle. (The other isBlackLivesMatter.) (See What Will Dominate Election 2016? (ANSWER: ISIS and #BlackLivesMatter) ) … Continue reading

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A Rebel’s Journey: Foreign Policy

By Darryl W. Perry For most people, American foreign policy began on September 11, 2001. In some ways, I fit into this category, and in other ways I did not. I’ll explain. When I was young, maybe 9 or 10 … Continue reading

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Katy Perry’s Killer Propaganda

by David Montgomery               There is no agony like heartbreak. This truth is the basis for the most effective and most subversive piece of government propaganda I have ever seen. I am referring, as … Continue reading

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TIME FOR A NUCLEAR BAN? On the 70th Anniversary of Hiroshima/Nagasaki

by Joe Scarry Let’s dedicate June, July, and August this year to recognizing the 70th anniversary of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki (August 6 and 9, 2015) . . .  . . . AND let’s do something about … Continue reading

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In Whose Machine Will YOU Be a Cog?

by Joe Scarry When I was a college freshman, I rowed on the crew team for a brief time. Before long, I realized that I couldn’t memorize thousands of Chinese characters and plumb the depths of the writing of Flannery … Continue reading

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