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Mastering the Famine in East Africa

Let's start moving our own Friendship Train to help the hungry overseas, and master the current famine. Read More »

Recession Woes Require Direct Action

Unequal income distribution has created multiple problems in the United States for hundreds of years. Read More »

Book Review: The Secret Knowledge: On the Dismantling of American Culture by David Mamet

The heart of this book has been enlarged through what is most succinctly defined as a political transformation. The spirit that emerges is patriotism. Read More »

This Day in History: Eisenhower on Disarmament and Open Skies

Even though the Cold War is long over high levels of spending on armaments are not. Read More »

Happy Birthday to Ike’s Food for Peace, But Will There Be More?

The House of Representatives has proposed reducing Food for Peace funding. Read More »

Feed a Silent Guest, Save a Starving Child in the Horn of Africa

If everyone would take at least one silent guest into their home, millions of lives could be saved in the Horn of Africa. Read More »

The Changing Face Of Glastonbury 1970-2011

Join me on this journey of adventure as we uncover the changing face of Glastonbury. Read More »

Rock and Roll: An Endangered Species?

As rock stations continue to disappear, rock seems to be on life support. But is this true? Read More »

Budget Cuts Urgent, But Fighting Child Hunger More Important

Hunger-fighting programs are some of the most inexpensive foreign policy initiatives you will find. Read More »

Book Review: In the Garden of Beasts: Love, Terror, and an American Family in Hitler’s Berlin by Erik Larson

Fear and Loving in Hitler's Berlin: A conscientious William Dodd becomes America's first ambassador to Nazi Germany, while his daughter tries her skills at other negotiations. Read More »