Steering Committee of Come Home America

George D. O’Neill, Jr., Co-Chair Come Home America. 

Kevin Zeese, Co-Chair, Come Home America.

Paul Buhle, retired from teaching at Brown University*, lives in Wisconsin and produces radical, non-fiction comic books about Empire and other subjects.

Eric Garris, Founder and Director of

Bill Kauffman, who lives in his native Upstate New York, is the author of nine books, among them Ain’t My America and Dispatches from the Muckdog Gazette.

Angela Keaton, director of Operations at and national secretary for Outright Libertarians.

Bonnie Kristian, writer and editor in the DC area and Director of Communications for Young Americans for Liberty.

Daniel McCarthy, editor of The American Conservative.

Lewis McCrary, The American Conservative.

Michael D. Ostrolenk, National Security Consultant.

Coleen Rowley is a former FBI agent, whistleblower and peace activist.

John V. Walsh, Professor of Physiology, University of MA Medical School and frequent contributor to, and

*All affiliations are listed for identification purposes only.

9 Responses to Steering Committee of Come Home America

  1. Jeffery says:

    We are interested in asking Coleen Rowley to visit Des Moines and tell us her journey/ story and why she works for peace
    I met her carrying a peace sign (with her) at the Straw Poll and work for the Catholic Peace Ministry — We would like to have her speak in the Fall to the public.

  2. Steve Hohensee says:

    I’m interested in getting a chapter established in the Kansas City area. How do I go about it? Any suggestions?

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  4. Oliver Steinberg says:

    Politics makes strange bedfellows. Looking at your cartoon on the masthead, do you have Joan Baez’ permission and participation? How about Dr. Paul’s? They’re still alive. On the other hand, Jane Addams, Jeanette Rankin, Fighting Bob La Follette, Smedley Butler, and Dr. King are all deceased and can’t object if their names and likenesses are invoked by anybody. I like to think they’d be gratified that anyone still cares enough to protest and resist against injustice. Our young libertarian friends would do well to become better acquainted with the careers and philosophies and accomplishments of those great Americans.

  5. tiffany267 says:

    Tiffany’s Non-Blog has nominated you for the Liebster Blog Award!

  6. Ed Helm says:

    Oliver Steinberg-
    Shame on you. You left off “The American” from your ‘Jane Addams….Dr. King’ list. Mark Twain. Vice Chair of the Anti-Imperialst League, no less. I take this personally as a Mark Twain impersonator (who performed the Radical Mark Twain in Barton Vt. last year as a fund raiser for Barton Hydro and who was introduced by Peter Schumann (with translation help from Elka Schumann since Peter insisted on introducing Twain in German), founders of Bread and Puppet in Glover Vt. But I’m more focused on helping Bernie, particularly in NH and S. Car. (I hope Rowley is doing her Iowa part even with her reservations and Bern feelings hardly red hot.)

    In October I’m sure that the Old Gentleman will be summoned as he warned people in Peterborough NH late in ’13 during a Rick (Hedrick) Smith gathering on ‘Who Stole the American Dream’ NH Tour. (Twain spent ’05 and ’06 in Dublin NH. Home area of Granny (Doris Haddock) D. Should Twain rekindle the Anti-Imperialist League? Or is a NH tour of Ron Paul and Dennis Kucinich speaking out against 1000 US military bases in foreign countries (Rick Smith #; or if you prefer Chalmers Johnson, 850 with over 6000 military bases on US territory) ?

    By the way, I see that Paul Buhle used to be at Brown University. Good school. Terrific Eisenhour Center there doing good work with good people. Does Dr. Buhle know Gov. Chaffee (Warwick R.I.)? It would be nice if someone talked to Chafee and helped him deliver a much better “peace” message. Right now it’s mush. If he sharpened it, he could play a positive, real role as he runs for President instead of the joke or embarrassment he is presently playing. I plan to try to catch him when he speaks in Sundown NH on Sept. 9th with this suggestions. But I figure a Brown professor might be able to better get such a message to him. What’s up doc?

  7. Oliver Steinberg says:

    A rebuke to me for overlooking Mark Twain? I just counted 69 books on my shelves by or about SLC, and the other half of my library is in storage right now; I’ve made pilgrimages to Hannibal, Hartford, and Elmira–do you know of the German inscription on Livy’s marker in the cemetery? (The Hartford museum has an excellent presentation on Twain’s anti-imperialist leadership.) Back in 1965, I was quoting MT in letters to newspaper editors in protest against the Vietnam War. If I overlooked him in 2015, it wasn’t intentional, and maybe I deserve to be rebuked, but why can’t you be charitable and chalk it up to incipient senility?

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