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Retired organizational psychologist.
Author of "911!", The Devil's Marriage: Break Up the Corpocracy or Leave Democracy in the Lur ch; America's Oldest Professions: Warring and Spying; and Corporate Reckoning Ahead.
I may be aged but I am still an indefatigable foe of America's power elite who are ruining our nation and the world. If they wrongdoing and evildoing are not stopped there will be no humanity later this century. My newest book, "911!" explains why America needs rescued from the death grip of the power elite and proposes a detail plan for rescuing America and creating a new People's America.
(5 comments) SHARE Tuesday, December 13, 2011 America's Corpocracy: The Legacy of U.S. Supreme Court Justice, Lewis F. Powell (1907-1998)
Although he did not use the term and might be horrified to witness what it has become, U.S. Supreme Court Justice Lewis F. Powell's (1907-1998) legacy is today's powerful and ruinous copocracy. The intent of this article is to summarize Powell's role and its aftermath and then to close with a brief preview of a scheme to undo his legacy short of a Second American Revolution.
(59 comments) SHARE Friday, June 3, 2016 America's Corpocracy: Conspiracy Theory or Conspiracy Reality
"Our" government is accountable to no one, a scofflaw committing all sorts of wrong doing daily up to and including ordering deadly drone strikes. This government, moreover, in good faith as a conspirator, rarely holds corporations accountable for all sorts of their wrongdoing, including defrauding and gouging the government. Is it any wonder then that the two parties to the marriage made in Hell conspire to raise Hell?
(98 comments) SHARE Wednesday, January 3, 2018 Corporate America Unmasked
When corporations are unmasked their leadership is found to be morally depraved, and their organizations dysfunctional. This conclusion is an overarching simple truth that subsumes many other simple truths. The primary intent of this article is to unmask corporate America by telling you about these simple truths.
(83 comments) SHARE Wednesday, December 27, 2017 The Childhood of America's Power Elite and its War Addiction
This article fills in the gap in my analysis of the US war habit by focusing briefly on the childhood of war, the formative years before adulthood in which various influences have their greatest and long-lasting effects on those being formed, or as we shall see, being "deformed."
(22 comments) SHARE Tuesday, November 19, 2013 Robed Injustice
This article reviews some landmark verdicts of injustice favoring Corporate America, recounts the true story of a "tobacco road lawyer" who got to wear the big robe and revived the then moribund corpocracy, and ends by spotlighting verdicts favoring the "perilous" industries.
(5 comments) SHARE Wednesday, December 28, 2011 America needs a socially responsible capitalism
There is good capitalism and bad capitalism. Good capitalism is socially responsible, serving and benefitting society at large. Bad capitalism is the corpocracy's socially irresponsible economic policies and practices that benefit only it self. The intent of this article is to discuss nine characteristics of bad capitalism and the changes needed that would add up to good capitalism.
(87 comments) SHARE Monday, March 13, 2017 Religion, Inc.
America's churches, synagogues and mosques can be thought of as places of business as well as worship. Individually and collectively they are Religion, Inc. and not really all that different from Corporations, Inc. This short essay makes some sweeping generalizations that nevertheless should be self evident about the commonalities between the two entities.
(10 comments) SHARE Saturday, November 19, 2016 America's Corpocracy and its Finite Power
America's corpocracy is a power house threatening the very existence of humanity. This article explains the nature of power and then proceeds to review failures to derail that power and closes by discussing some possible ways to replace the corrpocracy with a true democracy.
(8 comments) SHARE Saturday, September 28, 2013 Tyranny's Hush Money
The corpocracy, the collusion between corporations and government, is a tyranny that daily degrades the ruled at home and extends its rapacious and deadly grasp throughout the rest of the world. Yet there has been no rebellion against it at home and no serious retaliation from away. A major reason why is tyranny's hush money. This essay journeys through the land of hush money.
(171 comments) SHARE Monday, February 27, 2017 Governing Smaller Americas
As a long-in-the-tooth, organizational psychologist, I have noticed that my field generally knows little about the organization of government or the art of governing, concentrating as it does on the other part of the corpocracy, corporate America. In this short essay I define governing, list its various forms throughout the ages and in America, and then close by proposing a model for governing in America that is definitely dif
(51 comments) SHARE Monday, July 4, 2016 War, Other Organized Violence and Human Nature
I will tell you why I have written this article. I told a friend recently that I was going to give him a copy of my book, America's Oldest Professions: Warring and Spying. "Isn't war just human nature" he asked? Dear readers, what is your answer? Mine can be found in this article.
(11 comments) SHARE Thursday, October 10, 2019 War: Ruminations and Ruinations
The purpose of this article is straightforward, to make a convincing argument that war is neither unavoidable nor just nor inevitable. I start by "enlisting" (that word is not really meant to have military connotations) the "reinforcement" (ditto the first parenthetical) of luminaries down through the ages and what they have said against war. Following them, I give my research and analysis to back up my argument.
(56 comments) SHARE Thursday, February 28, 2019 America's Power Elite and Their Evildoing
Who exactly are these power elite? Their forebearers were the immigrant plutocrats, who invaded and stole land occupied by the first inhabitants. America has never been a democracy of self-rule. It has always been a corpocracy with the corporate power elite prevailing over the government's power elite.1 America's power elite are the evil doers of America's corpocracy.
(24 comments) SHARE Monday, July 11, 2016 Soaking the Public: The Insurance Industry and Captive Government
This is another occasional article in the author's crusade to put venal corporate America and its pawn, corrupted, captive government, in their well deserved slime light, one that can't be missed by anyone who is observant and not fooled. Nevertheless, this article may shed some further slime light.
(5 comments) SHARE Monday, August 1, 2016 Spinning the Legacies of America's Presidents
The purpose of this article is threefold: to shed the slime light on the whitewashing by America's corpocracy of five of our nation's truly despicable yet revered presidents; to show how legacy spinning is but a microcosm of the power elites' broader agenda; and to point out the overall implications of that agenda.
(21 comments) SHARE Saturday, August 20, 2016 Iceland: Exemplary Nation in a Troubled World
A small land situated between the North Atlantic and the Arctic Ocean, Iceland minds her own business and minds it very well. This short piece is a tribute to her people and their history and gives a lesson that needs to be learned and practiced by the greatest trouble making nation of all time during only 240 year of her existence, The United States of America.
(104 comments) SHARE Friday, August 3, 2018 An Allegory for Our Time
Donald J. Trump is not like any of his predecessors.And that bodes well for peace and Joe and Jill America.
(3 comments) SHARE Thursday, April 9, 2015 A Different GDP
America's GDP, or gross domestic product, is nothing more or less than a numerical figure representing the health or sickness of the nation's economy. There's a different GDP that tells far more about America's condition, the gross domestic pillage.It accounts for the ongoing robbing of America by her corpocracy.
(12 comments) SHARE Thursday, December 8, 2016 A Letter to President-Elect Donald Trump
This article presents a letter to President-Elect Donald Trump once the article is published. A similar letter was rejected by Barack Obama prior to his first inauguration. The letter proposes that Mr. Trump chart a course of peace for America.
(5 comments) SHARE Sunday, August 17, 2014 The Militarization of American Education
When America's kids go to school it's almost like sending them to a military or spy academy.
Grade school: Learn the elementals of warring and spying
Middle school: Learn some more.
High School: Become more skilled in warring and spying
Higher Education: Get and MS (Master Spy) and PhD (Doctor of Drones)
(55 comments) SHARE Thursday, February 23, 2017 The Bloodletters
This essay highlights two unparalleled groups of bloodletters in America's 240 years of history, U.S. presidents and the captains of America's industries. These two groups are part of the power elite of America's corpocracy, the incestuous marriage between Government America and Corporate America, with the latter in charge.
(4 comments) SHARE Wednesday, April 8, 2020 The Great Divide: The Filthy Rich and the Rest of Us in Times of Calamity
Any calamity, whether a natural disaster or a man-made one, perhaps more than any other large-scale event of grave consequence, shows the true, cruel character of America's power elite. They make most calamities and profit in doing so. And they flee from natural disasters while still managing to profit from them.
(29 comments) SHARE Sunday, September 15, 2019 "911!" and 9/11: A Different Connection
"911!" is the title of my new book. You immediately recognize the title as the nationwide telephone number to call for help or rescue. My choice of this title was deliberate. America and the world need to be rescued from the wrongdoing and evildoing by the power elite of America's corpocracy, or the Devil's marriage between Corporate America and Government America, with the latter the lackey of the former.
(13 comments) SHARE Wednesday, May 30, 2018 Four More Forms of Alternative Capitalism
Traditional capitalism is a disaster for anyone other than the power elite of America's corpocracy. This article present for more alternative forms of capitalism beneficial to everyone except the power elite.
(12 comments) SHARE Thursday, June 23, 2016 Life is a Crap Shoot
It's said that two certainties in life are death and taxes. Baloney. The second is mostly escaped by people and organizations living on tax welfare, or tax havens and tax breaks. But there is another certainty, the focal point of this essay.
That certainty is the unreliability of life, which is a crap shoot. We take our chances every day aware or unaware, especially when we deal in one way or another with organizations.
(8 comments) SHARE Thursday, June 15, 2017 Two-Fisted Democracy Power Revisited
America's corpocracy is literally risking the future of our species. Two-fisted democracy power is an idea for how to end the corpocracy and build a new and a better America. Readers are asked to suggest qualified people who might be willing and able to carry the author's torch further.
(16 comments) SHARE Tuesday, May 22, 2018 Six Economies
This is Part 5 of my series on Economic Sanity and Alternative Economic Systems. This article is my adaptation of a book written by a genius who is as good a thinker as Aristotle. She's a must read!
(4 comments) SHARE Sunday, November 6, 2016 America's Corpocracy: World's Public Enemy Number One. An Interview with Dr. Gary Brumback
A few weeks ago I granted a request for an interview by Moshen Abdelmoumen to answer 12 questions. He is an Algerian independent journalist based in Belgium who publishes in English and in French in several newspapers online. Among his interviewees have been Dr. Edward S. Herman, Dr. Noam Chomsky, Dr. Paul Craig Roberts, Marjorie Cohn, Dr. Henry Giroux, Dr. Andrew Bacevich and Mr. Bruce Riedel, a White House official.
(31 comments) SHARE Thursday, March 9, 2017 An Evil Root
There are many roots of evil, but the one most invasive and destructive is America's corpocracy. It is the mother root with two branches that are slowly snuffing out America and the world with it. Those two branches are corporate America and government America. This essay is about the first, corporate America, and specifically, evil corporate leadership, defined here as profoundly immoral,socially irresponsible and harmful.
(3 comments) SHARE Saturday, April 14, 2012 "---cracy:" Its prefix makes a BIG difference
Where did the power of the people go? To the corpocracy did it flow. Where will democracy power go? Back to the people with this manifesto! This article explains the meaning of power in the context of democracy vs corpocracy and then presents a manifesto to truly patriotic Americans to exercise their democracy power against the corpocracy.
(27 comments) SHARE Friday, April 6, 2018 Inside the War Industry
Looking inside the war industry is not a pursuit of idle curiosity. There can be nothing idle about the work of serious peace and social justice activists. There is no leeway for any ignorance about the enemy of peace and justice. The enemy must be thoroughly known from inside out, what it is, how it operates, and, most importantly, exactly what its lifeline is that gives it sustenance and unbridled growth.
(4 comments) SHARE Friday, May 1, 2020 The Only American Unbroken Record That Really Matters in the Long Run
This article is its author's lamentations over the years he spent developing, presenting and then seeking people rich enough to contract out to one or more organizations and/or individuals to implement his plan, "Democracy Pow!er" to rescue America from its wrongdoing and evildoing power elite. Since nothing has happened, the author asks readers' advice on what to do next.
(2 comments) SHARE Saturday, December 3, 2011 "Hands up Corporate Crooks!" Not Really Unless it's in a Movie.
Much of corporate wrongdoing such as bribery of politicians has been made legal by our servile government. What's left is illegal corporate wrongdoing, or corporate crime, and it basically goes scot-free courtesy of a hands-off government with its lap dogs instead of watch dogs; escape hatches (e.g., legal loopholes); pampering instead of prosecuting and punishing; and deregulation. This last one is analyzed in this article.
(18 comments) SHARE Tuesday, March 29, 2016 Real America, an Endangering and Endangered Ruination
Real America is not the window dressing of a nation posed by her government or by the corporate dominated mass media. Behind that pose is an endangering and endangered "ruination." She already is a sociopathic and fascist state led by a string of psychopathic presidents. If she never reverses course her future is very dark to empty. Can an Alter America campaign rescue her?
(14 comments) SHARE Sunday, April 29, 2018 Commercializing Peace?
This article is an adaptation of one of my book reviews. I am adapting it for this venue because I want to share far and wide with readers what corporate citizenship and social responsibility are not versus what the corpocracy and its allies would have you think they are.
(11 comments) SHARE Thursday, April 26, 2018 The Underworld of Banksters
This article takes readers underground for a tour of the world of "banksters" A bankster is a bank or banker that uses illegal or unethical financial dealings to the detriment of others.
(5 comments) SHARE Monday, June 4, 2018 The Peoples' Capitalism
This article is the last of a ten part series on "economic sanity and alternative economic systems."
Part 10 presents a proposal for a new form of socially responsible capitalism called by the author the "peoples' capitalism."
(12 comments) SHARE Sunday, January 14, 2018 On Being a Social Justice and Peace Activist
Browsing the Internet, one can find a deluge of entries on social justice and peace activists, but very little about their own introspections on how they see and feel themselves as activists.
Seeking to fill at least partially that void I aim to explore in this article what it is like to be an activist in America for social justice and peace. I will do this in four ways.
(3 comments) SHARE Sunday, March 25, 2012 The necessity and possibility of corporate reform: Part 2. Reform strategies
Part 1 (OpEdNews.com, March 20, 2012) ended by suggesting how watchdog groups can find scoundrels and saints among industries and their corporations. But watchdogs are just lapdogs if they only watch. In this Part 2 article some actual instigators of corporate reform are identified; potential instigators are high lighted; and suggestions are made on how to achieve corporate reform.
(2 comments) SHARE Wednesday, June 19, 2013 Inside the corpocracy: Big pharma and servile government
This article begins the second in a series that takes an inside snapshot of American industries along with their control of a servile government. The present article overviews the pharmaceutical industry along with a servile government that supports the industry in various ways. Additional overviews of the other components of the healthcare industry will be written next before going on to other industries.
(15 comments) SHARE Sunday, May 13, 2018 Counterpunching the Corpocracy?
This article is a review of the literature on ways in which Americans victimized by the corpocracy can fight back, if they should be plucky enough or sure enough.
(4 comments) SHARE Thursday, August 14, 2014 Wars' 11 Litmus Tests
War is becoming increasingly dangerous to humanity at large. We saw what happened with the nuclear blasting of two Japanese cities. Einstein later lamented that he had signed a letter to FDR urging the bomb's development, saying it was the one great mistake in his life and that he had always condemned the use of the atomic bomb against Japan. Einstein would undoubtedly agree with this article.
(5 comments) SHARE Tuesday, March 20, 2012 The necessity and possibility of corporate reform: Part 1. Introduction
America is headed to "ruination," being driven there by corrupt corporations in the driver's seat and corrupt government in the back seat. Reforming the way government governs could help reverse course, but government is intransigent. The necessity and possibility of targeting corporate America and its allies for reform is the subject of this and a later, follow-up article.
(2 comments) SHARE Saturday, February 25, 2012 Organizing and unleashing two-fisted democracy power at a treadmill pace
Two-fisted democracy power, the unification of numerous non-government organizations plus the fusion of the numerous actual and potential protest groups that would be necessary for "knocking out" the corpocracy is still just an idea. Progress toward organizing and unleashing this power so far has been negligible and may never happen.
(5 comments) SHARE Sunday, January 6, 2019 A Preface
All but a tiny yet mighty group of Americans are at the top of the "Power Tower" The rest of use are at lower levels. The "les miserable" are at the very bottom. This book explains the power elite in detail and suggest ways to "level the living field" and turn the power tower into a power rectangle in which power is more evenly distributed.
(3 comments) SHARE Thursday, September 27, 2018 America's Corpocracy and its Global Feasts
Globalization is the contemporary euphemism for imperialism or "global gobbling." The globe is one giant opportunity for currency speculation, market expansion, resource exploitation and political manipulation by the power elite of America's corpocracy.
(3 comments) SHARE Wednesday, March 23, 2022 Isms Cause Schisms
Hardened beliefs are equivalent to hardened ideologies cast in immovable stone. Ideologies serve as useful rationalizations for people to act immorally. This article briefly examines theism, fascism, communism, economic isms, and racism.
(2 comments) SHARE Thursday, August 22, 2013 Corporate Charades: Introduction and Part 1. Ethics Programs
A corporation is made up of many parts. Some of them are charades. One of them is the corporate ethics program. This article is about it. Other articles will eventually follow on the other parts. The next essay will be about corporate social responsibility programs.
(5 comments) SHARE Wednesday, September 26, 2018 Leveling the Living Field
This article is a very short preview of a book I am now writing. I coined the article's title, the last part of the book's title, "Life's Triangles, The America's Power Elite, and Leveling the Living Field."
The life's triangle and its human equations are universal and eternal, perfectly explaining the America's ignominious beginning as well as its current state of affairs.
Unless the field is levelled US is doomed.
(20 comments) SHARE Tuesday, June 7, 2016 Investing in Death
There are roughly 15,000 publically traded companies and countless millions of people who invest in them. Each of these companies belongs to an industry of companies in similar businesses. Three industries are the subject of this short article; the funeral service industry, the gun industry, and the war industry.
(3 comments) SHARE Sunday, October 21, 2012 Always war: Fragmented antiwar groups need to unite
Peace Action, Veterans for Peace, and the War Resisters League epitomize the opposition to the wars of America's corpocracy. But its opposition is weak and divided. Moreover, no antiwar group has deep enough resources singly to end the war making. An open letter is sent to these three organizations proposing they unify the opposition, pool resources, and undertake the strategic reforms necessary to put America at peace.
(5 comments) SHARE Monday, August 18, 2014 A Different D-Day
America is paying a heavy price to indulge her addiction to warring with a much heavier price yet to come unless and until she starts making friends instead of enemies on foreign soil. I call that heavier price "a different D-Day." It means "doomsday," and it will very likely show itself in the decades to come in one or more of different forms; a nation beyond a failed state, armed revolution, escalating blowbacks, Armagedd
(5 comments) SHARE Wednesday, September 3, 2014 America's Oldest Professions: Warring and Spying
This is a preview of my new Kindle e-book, America's Oldest Professions: Warring and Spying. The preview gives the table of contents and a portion of the preface telling about the book.
I am providing this preview to announce that beginning on Sept. 8 and lasting until Sept. 12, 2014 readers of OpEdNews who have Kindles can get a free copy of my book. I am doing this free promotion in appreciation of the opportunity
(12 comments) SHARE Friday, February 12, 2016 Coalitions of Religious Organizations on War: Rationalized, Hypocrisized, and Compromised
There are coalitions of major organized religions that one might think because of their size if nothing else could conceivably mobilize and organize their members into launching a strategic confrontation of the political/military/war industrial triumvirate in America. Read the author's letter to the leaders of these coalitions, what their reply was, and the author's discussion about it all.
(10 comments) SHARE Monday, April 2, 2018 The Leaning Ivory Towers of America's Corpocracy
With due respect to the citizens of Pisa and their landmark bell tower, I am using it loosely as a metaphor for the permanent tilting of America's institutions of higher learning to the corrupting influences of America's corpocracy ever since the beginning of those institutions.
While I've written several times about the corruption of American education, this article limits itself to an overview of the corruption of Amer
(7 comments) SHARE Wednesday, December 12, 2012 A deadly monster: Part 1. An overview of the military-national security, industrial, political triumvirate
Peace through strength? Only if you believe in scary fairy tales. Security through domestic surveillance? Only if you believe in scary fairy tales. The deadly monster in this article is scary but not a fairy tale. It's America's very real, very costly, very destructive, very deadly military-national security, industrial, political triumvirate. This article, first of a trilogy gives an extensive overview of the monster.
(3 comments) SHARE Thursday, May 17, 2012 An unsent letter to the President's chief counterterrorism advisor
This article is an unsent letter reflecting moral disgust and questioning the President's chief counterterrorism advisor on his claims in a recent speech that drone strikes are efficacious, ethical, wise, and legal. A sent letter would be round filed by his staff before he ever saw it.
(12 comments) SHARE Monday, September 2, 2013 Corporate Charades: Part 3. All the Rest
Take away all the corporate charades and see a corporate monster. It's far worse than just saying, "Look, the emperor wears no clothes." The monster is slowly devouring America and the world.
(9 comments) SHARE Thursday, January 16, 2014 The U.S. Corpgress
Congress has been bought out by Corporate America. Getting elected and reelected requires “trolling for tricks” and once elected into the “Chambers of Ill Repute” their behavior nosedives even farther below the universal bottom line of behavior, most notably acquiescing to corporate touts and passing corporatized laws that need to be flushed and replaced by a few good laws serving the public’s interests.
(1 comments) SHARE Saturday, March 9, 2013 The Model Corporation. Part Four: An Uplifting Organizational Culture
So far in this six-part series a model corporation has been described in comparison to real corporations as one that is shorter and smaller and is responsibly owned, governed and led. In this fourth article another required feature is added, an uplifting organizational culture, one that helps to lift up, not drag down the people within and their performance for the corporation.
(2 comments) SHARE Saturday, July 9, 2011 Come Home America? Not Till Her Corpocracy Leaves
The letter to end US warring is well meaning but it's destined for the round files. To end the corpocracy along with its warring will require really hard, organized, coordinated, sustained and strategic work backed by massive public support. That work has yet to be even started! But if the corpocracy along with its warring isn't ended it will eventually end America as surely as the tides come and go.
(3 comments) SHARE Wednesday, February 27, 2013 The Model Corporation: Part One. Introduction
If there were no corrupt corporations there would be no corpocracy, or the collusion between big corporations and big government. But corrupt corruptions in every industry are the norm, not the exception. Are there any truly great corporations doing business that could be role models? Can you name one? This article is the first of a series that describes what a model corporation would look like and do.
(13 comments) SHARE Friday, February 5, 2016 Hollywood: "Reel" War and Not Enough Peace
Hollywood is the source of "reel" war and peace, giving the most screen time to glorifying war out of deference to its patron, the U.S. political, military, and industrial complex. This article proposes striking back with a new antiwar movie.
(4 comments) SHARE Wednesday, November 18, 2020 2020, the U.S. Democracy Corps, Achilles Heel, and the Distant Future
The future of humanity may be lost if Public Enemy No. 1 is not stopped in its tracks. While it is the world's most powerful enemy, it has an Achilles Heel that can be targeted legally, peacefully, and successfully, but only if Americans unite to form a U.S. Democracy Corps.
(7 comments) SHARE Wednesday, June 5, 2013 America's Chronic War Habit
The aim of this short essay is to analyze America's chronic war habit, what its nature is, what sustains it, and what can be done to end it before it leads to America's destruction some time in this century.
(1 comments) SHARE Monday, March 11, 2013 The Model Corporation: Part Five. Managing Total Performance Properly
We have been following so far in this series of six articles the building of a model corporation; one that is a small lowerarchy; is owned, governed and led responsibly; and has an uplifting culture. In this fifth article a final feature is added. In the model corporation and in a real corporation if it is to be a great one, total performance must be managed and managed properly.
(1 comments) SHARE Friday, March 1, 2013 The Model Corporation. Part Two: Shorter and Smaller are Better
Why should a model corporation matter? Great corporations don't exist. One reason is that corporations get hand fed and pardoned by our government. Another is that they are too tall and big. Another is that they have several other bad features to be exposed in coming articles. Be patient. The last article in this series will wrap it all up nicely by telling why the first five articles matter one wit and what to do next.
(5 comments) SHARE Monday, December 31, 2012 A deadly monster. Part 2: Its outmatched and divided opposition
America's military-national security, industrial, political triumvirate goes on killing, maiming and torturing while tolerating the fragmented opposition to it as a safety valve for preventing pressure to build for creating a really strong and unified opposition. The current status of antiwar, peace and nonviolent groups; foundations promoting peace and security, and social movements are briefly reviewed.
(1 comments) SHARE Monday, March 18, 2013 The Model Corporation. Part Six of Six-Part Series. Up Against Ominous Realities
This article shows how a real corporation might reform itself even though that may never happen because of ominous realities the model is up against. Some of those realities are reviewed. A few possible scenarios of what might happen if those realities are left to follow their course are pondered. Finally, a model of confrontation proposed for keeping any of those scenarios from happening is summarized.
(1 comments) SHARE Thursday, August 13, 2015 Twittersod, America's Corpocracy and Endless Warring
What might happen if millions of Americans tweeted President Obama, leaders of Congress, and presidential hopefuls on the same day with the same message of freeing government from corporate rule and making peace, not war? This article is a step forward in finding an answer to that question.
(1 comments) SHARE Wednesday, October 24, 2012 Antiwar organizations: Poll and Profiles
This writer would very much appreciate hearing from readers of my article, Always war: Fragmented antiwar groups need to unite, in OpEdNews.com, October 21, 2012.
More specifically I would like to poll readers' opinions about antiwar foundations and NGOs. I would also like to enlist readers help in develop profiles of these organizations.
(1 comments) SHARE Thursday, March 14, 2013 MOJO and Amnesty International: Two cases of acquiescence?
I was asked by MOJO and Amnesty International re "deadly drones" to "Urge the US government to follow the "rule book" on lethal force that already exists: international human-rights law and, in the exceptional circumstances where it applies, international humanitarian law as well."
I replied with two sentences. I will not tell you what they were. You should have the opportunity just as I did for a spontaneous reaction.
(1 comments) SHARE Sunday, January 20, 2013 An Inaugural Dream
If President Obama would give this second inaugural address the world could breathe a sigh of relief.