October 27, 2008 issue The Indypendent; Also published in Fall 2008 Issue of WIN Magazine While hundreds gathered to welcome the return of the U.S.S. Intrepid to its west Manhattan pier Oct. 2, not everyone present was there to celebrate. More than a dozen peace activists carried banners and handed out fliers along the waterfront … Continue reading ‘Obscene Monument to War’ Returns to NYC
October 2, 2007 Huffington Post While recent polls reveal that 60 to 70 percent of Americans have soured on the war in Iraq, most of these people should not be mistakenly labeled "antiwar." Many of those calling for the troops to come home could more properly be called "anti-this-war." "We never should have gone into … Continue reading So You Think You’re Antiwar?
September 19, 2007 Huffington Post In the United States, where the vast majority of the population (82 percent according to a recent Newsweek poll) identify themselves as Christians, one of the most important steps we can all take to ending not only the war in Iraq, but all war, is to remind people of faith … Continue reading Living by the Sword
August 31, 2007 Huffington Post, and a shorter op-ed version was published in: Topeka Capital Journal, KS; The Mirror, NV; Asheville Citizen-Times, NC; The Daily Journal, MN; Portland Observer, OR; Tri-County Press, WI. Distributed by Minuteman Media. With the U.S. consuming a quarter of the world's petroleum, President Bush courageously admitted the obvious during … Continue reading Bush’s Crude Intentions in Iraq
by Eric Stoner and Bryan Farrell April 17, 2007 ZNet When millions took to the streets across the U.S. and around the world on February 15, 2003, in the largest global demonstration for peace in history, President Bush brushed it off with ease. To let this influence his decision to attack Iraq, he quipped, would … Continue reading Why Pay for War?
September 10, 2006 Peoria Journal Star, IL; Topeka Capital Journal, KS; Northwest Arkansas Times, AK, Daily Globe, MN, Progressive Populist, IA. Common Dreams. Distributed by Minuteman Media. While most Americans associate September 11th with violence, in one of history's great coincidences, that date also marks the centennial of one of the most significant steps in … Continue reading The First 9/11 Starred Gandhi
Winter 2005 Nonviolent Activist, World War 4 Report "He may be a son of a bitch," a U.S. president is said to have commented about one brutal dictator or another, "but he's our son of a bitch." The fact that on the worldwide web the line is attributed to no fewer than five presidents, from … Continue reading Islam Karimov: Uzbeki Dictator, U.S. Ally