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Joseph Suste's experience raising two daughters on a mini-ranch in Southern Oregon form the basis for his 2014 novel, Sharp Obsidian. His activist attempts to stop abusive interrogation tactics inspired his most recent book, The Torture Trial of George W. Bush, published by Joshua Tree Publishing in April of 2016. He's an engineer, actor, playwright, fiction writer, and poet. He served in the United States Air Force during the Vietnam conflict, and graduated with a master's degree in electrical engineering from the University of Illinois. He is an organizer of the Playwrights Atelier, and a member of the board of The Ashland Contemporary Theatre in Ashland, Oregon. Follow him on Twitter: @JosephSuste (https://twitter.com/josephsuste).

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(12 comments) SHARE More Sharing        Tuesday, July 11, 2017
Is the G20 Now Reduced to Nineteen? President Donald Trump was out of his depth at the G20 conference and other leaders are stepping in to fill the void left by lack of U.S. leadership on multiple issues.
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Fix U.S. Law Against Torture -- It's Now or Never Summary: Donald Trump's call for "waterboarding and more" makes it imperative that U.S. law against torture be strengthened by specifying acts that are always torture.