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Born in the USA, living in Canada since 1968, I'm a Vietnam war resister, a revolutionary democratic socialist partisan of the Fourth International reproclaimed in 1993, a member of Canada's New Democratic Party, on the executive committee of the St. Paul's NDP constituency association; a retired hospital worker, a retired member of Local 1.on of the Service Employees International Union and of the SMART reform caucus of SEIU. I sing bass-baritone in Common thread Community Chorus of Toronto, play Appalachian dulcimer and fool around with an ocarina, and knit socks.

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(29 comments) SHARE More Sharing        Monday, October 22, 2012
Estelle crew were beaten during the attack and by interrogators Canadian Jim Manly still in detention The Finnish ship Estelle was forcibly diverted to Ashdod while in international waters; its passengers have been charged with illegally entering Israel while their intention was not to do that but to go to Gaza. Former Member of the Canadian Parliament Jim Manley is still detained.
SHARE More Sharing        Saturday, November 29, 2008
"Progressive Coalition" in Canada? Bah, humbug. The House of Commons is in an uproar over the Government's finance statement - is a coalition in the offing?