War & Peace

Of Platters and Asses

By Dick ConoboyOn Nov 09, 2016

A friend writes to me this morning: “As usual, the very good writer Thomas Frank has something to say, & what he says is correct … but the Nile, Ganges, Mississippi &[...]

Anti-Nuclear Weapons ship ‘Golden Rule’ to Visit

By Ellen MurphyOn Aug 13, 2016

Editor update: On Sunday evening, August 21, the public is invited to bring a dish to a 6:00 pm picnic for peace with the Golden Rule crew, hosted by the Veterans For [...]

Memorial Day 2016 - Thanking a True Soldier

By Dick ConoboyOn May 26, 2016

The message below was written by Christopher Brown, who co-founded Growing Veterans, a non-profit dedicated to helping veterans from all wars who are experiencing physical and mental trauma from their [...]

Making Money on the Plight of Veterans

By Dick ConoboyOn Jan 29, 2016

As a veteran, I am a more than a bit sensitive about those who would profit over the condition of veterans in the US especially since those who send those [...]

Veterans Day and Thanking Veterans

By Dick ConoboyOn Nov 11, 2015

Several years ago I was in Bend, Oregon over the Memorial Day weekend when, while I was eating breakfast in a restaurant, a woman approached me and thanked me for [...]

How Our Community Can Welcome Our Troops Home

By Guest WriterOn Aug 24, 2015

Guest Writer: Christopher Brown is a U.S. Marine combat veteran of Iraq & Afghanistan and Purple Heart recipient. He is currently pursuing a Masters Degree in Social Work through [...]

Howard Harris Dies - More Testimonials Added

By John ServaisOn Nov 12, 2014

Posted Nov 9 Howard Harris, lifetime Friend, founder of the Whatcom Peace Vigil at the Federal Building during the Vietnam War, and first recipient of the Howard L. Harris Lifetime Peacemaker [...]

A Veterans Day Note

By John ServaisOn Nov 11, 2014

I’m a veteran. I joined the Air Force in 1963 and served overseas for three years. I joined out of patriotism and have always been proud of that. I [...]

Propaganda

By Richard LewisOn Jun 08, 2014

by Richard Lewis Whenever we buy a product that doesn’t live up to its promise, we wish we had honed the skill of becoming a Doubting Thomas. Claims [...]

Syrian War Perspectives: Jon Stewart

By John ServaisOn Sep 04, 2013

Update - Wed, Sep 4 Jon Stewart returned to The Daily Show last night after a summer hiatus. He did a six minute analysis on the absurdity of bombing Syria - [...]

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