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Greg Moses writes about peace and Texas, but not always at the same time. He is author of Revolution of Conscience: Martin Luther King, Jr. and the Philosophy of Nonviolence. And he is co-editor with Gail Presbey of a new collection of peace philosophy essays entitled, Peace Philosophy and Public Life (Rodopi 2014).
Saturday, April 28, 2012 Tricked Out Tunes on the Cosmic Sly: Ray Wylie Hubbard's "Grifter's Hymnal"
From the beats of the opening bar of the opening track of "Grifter's Hymnal" you can tell that Ray Wylie Hubbard is in a mood to groove right through this millennial year of long reputed doom. After all, there's nothing at risk if your gods are archaic enough to come from places that can't be undone.
Wednesday, July 21, 2010 Racism Implodes Tea Party Momentum
With the NAACP's ability to push back against Tea Party racism, is there an opportunity to build a common vision for a progressive push toward November?
(2 comments) Thursday, August 21, 2008 Nationalism vs. Internationalism in S. Ossetia
Whether you look to Russia, Georgia, Poland, or the USA, the victor stands waving flags. His name is nationalism. And in the face of this victory, what are the chances that the people of the USA will be able to choose internationalism instead?
(2 comments) Saturday, August 16, 2008 Listening to Putin's "Real" Opposition
The real opposition in Russia does not belong to "liberals" says Anna Arutunyan. The Communist Party more accurately represents a popular mood. So what are the Communists saying about South Ossetia?
(2 comments) Friday, August 15, 2008 Russian Activists Speak for Peace
Statements by human rights activists in Russia may help voices of the peace in USA to find common ground for a global peace position in the Caucasus.
Thursday, August 14, 2008 So this is what WWIII looks like?
Were the civilians of South Ossetia deliberately sacrificed as a gambit to complete the circle around Iran?
(3 comments) Saturday, August 9, 2008 Russia Goes for Two Georgia States
Before the propaganda machines kick into gear over the Russian military actions in the Caucasian states, voices of peace may want to consider the wishes of the people most affected by the battles.
(9 comments) Tuesday, April 8, 2008 Migrant Detention in South Texas: 'An Extreme Depressive State'
South Texas immigration attorney Jodi Goodwin agrees with a United Nations report that states: "overuse of immigration detention in the United States violates the spirit of international laws and conventions and, in many cases, also violates the actual letter of those instruments." Read the full interview with an attorney who has decades of experience with migrants in South Texas.
Sunday, March 23, 2008 What Happened to Rev. Wright's Religious Freedom?
Sen. Barack Obama's 'race speech' continued to presume that Rev. Jeremiah Wright deserves no special consideration on grounds of religious freedom. On Easter Sunday, perhaps, Americans will want to consider whether the pulpit at church deserves any special respect.
(1 comments) Saturday, January 5, 2008 Denzel for Best Director
"The Great Debaters" is a beautiful film that inspires righteous challenge to powerful injustice. Ask not how does does the film answer to history, but how will history answer to the film?