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Anti-war activist, mother of three combat tour US marine; member of the national steering committee for the "World Can't Wait" www.worldcantwait.net and member of Military Families Speak Out (my opinions do not reflect the national position of MFSO).
(6 comments) SHARE Monday, June 6, 2011 Change You CAN Believe In!
The long road traveled by a U.S. Marine from patriot to anti-imperialist, as witnessed by his anti-war military mom.
(2 comments) SHARE Friday, February 18, 2011 The Worries of a Public Sector Worker
Public Sector workers have a lot to worry about right now. Major threats are looming to our measily existence. Government forces want us to pay for their mistakes and monetary wastes on war, bailouts and out of control spending. We must unite now, before it is too late.
(1 comments) SHARE Tuesday, February 1, 2011 Luxury and Desperation A Block Apart in Haiti Today
Visiting Haiti one year after the earthquake, the situation is much worse and there is a major humanitarian crises that is not being reported by mainstream media or the NGO's who are beneficiaries of the billions given to the people.
(24 comments) SHARE Thursday, July 15, 2010 The Veil is Lifted, The Gloves Are Off
On Thursday, July 15th, Lynn Stewart was sentenced at US District Court in downtown Manhattan to ten years behind bars. The original sentence of 28 months was vacated, to the dismay of hundreds of supporters.
(25 comments) SHARE Tuesday, April 6, 2010 Why All the Shock Over "Shock and Awe"
What's all the fuss about a video showing mass killings in Iraq when this is the norm, and happens every single day, every single hour throughout the middle east and more.
(1 comments) SHARE Wednesday, February 24, 2010 Our Hands and Help For Haiti
Upset by the disaster that struck the Haitian people on January 12th, my daughter and I decided we wanted to do more than throw money at a problem that killed hundreds of thousands and left millions homeless. So we brought ourselves and aid to Haiti.
(3 comments) SHARE Tuesday, February 24, 2009 It's Not OK!
It's time to get serious about protest. We must protest the continued occupation of Iraq, the increase in troop levels in Afghanistan, and make everyone in this government uncomfortable when we are doing it.