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Reflection on 9/11

Fifteen years ago I woke in Delta Junction, Alaska, to witness the horror unfolding on the television.   I didn’t buy the story then, and I don’t now.   Three months later for various reasons I ended up in Eugene,

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The lesser evil?

  So my friends, when our country’s a smoldering nuclear wasteland and we’re all existing wherever it is we go after this brief time on planet, how’s it going to feel knowing that you, one of those privileged US citizens,

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My Position on the Election

I will not vote for a war criminal or any candidate of either party that intends to continue a foreign policy of aggression against the world. We can no longer vote for the lesser evil and have a reasonable expectation

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People do not Understand how Dangerous the Situation Really Is”

Don’t let the election games distract you too far…the more important issues are not being discussed. Good article on provoking Russia here.    

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Do you feel helpless in a world of perpetual war?

Don’t! Instead, resist. Come together and help us claim humanity’s right to power. Those pitting us against one another can only do so with our cooperation. Take it back! Learn the myths power uses to keep us divided, and how

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Land of the free?

Below are two articles on the prison system in the U.S. We are not only the incarceration capital of the world, but now evidence seems to show that privatizing the prison system is resulting in longer terms. And, like, we

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People Power, Civil Resistance, and Social Transformation: An Introduction to Nonviolent Conflict
The Boétie Legacy, and a World in Peril
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