Let Us Be Fair, Peaceful and Healthy

April 29th, 2012

By Dan Miller Fairness is good, unfairness is bad. Peace is good, war is bad. ‘Tis better to be rich and healthy than sick and poor. Having brought us courageously from the dark and into The Light, President Obama is also leading us out of slavery begat of stingy unfairness and into the blessed promised […]


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Murderers of the Fogel Family in Israel Are Heroes

January 29th, 2012

By Dan Miller U.S warmongers who urinate on dead Taliban heroes are war criminals. According to this article, Palestinian television aired an interview with the relatives of the Fogel family murderers earlier this month, praising the two cousins convicted with the brutal attack as “heroes.” The broadcast was aired as part of a weekly show […]


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What Would Woody Say?

December 1st, 2011

By Jan Barry “Woody Guthrie spoke plain About deportees and dust bowl days… So what would Woody write? Right now in these hard times” That’s the sobering, yet enticing question that activist-songwriter Sharleen Leahey raises in her new CD collection, entitled “Rumors of Peace.” What would the “Poet of the People” who sang about plain […]


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Planting a Peace Pole

November 18th, 2011

By Jan Barry Dedicating a Peace Pole at a community cultural center in Teaneck, NJ drew a small crowd of local officials, school children and war veterans the other day. The carved wood pole was dedicated at the Puffin Foundation, as a band from Thomas Jefferson Middle School played and adults took turns exhorting the […]


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Peace Beat

September 11th, 2011

By Jan Barry War drums began beating across America before the dust settled at the World Trade Center and the Pentagon. It’s an all-American tradition to march to the beat for military action, the fountain of flag waving excitement that produces legions of war correspondents, bugle-blaring headlines and armchair commandos in newsrooms. It is rare […]


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