This past week marked two historical events in 1945 that will never be forgotten - Hiroshima (August 6) and Nagasaki (August 9). Ironically, it was during this same week the tensions continued to rise over the threat of the use of nuclear weapons between the U.S. and North Korea. As President Donald Trump was threatening … Continue reading “Fire and Fury”
I am being inundated with donation solicitations from organizations as a last minute reminder to get those 2010 tax write-offs taken care of. While most of the solicitations I receive are from worthy organizations, here are my top picks, by all means not inclusive of all the great organizations out there doing wonderful things for our … Continue reading It’s that time of year again….
MESSAGE FROM YOKO ONO LENNON: Let's send 1 Million wishes for PEACE for John Lennon's birthday, October 9th Dear Friends On October 9th at 7.45pm GMT, I will relight IMAGINE PEACE TOWER in Reykjavik, Iceland in memory of my late husband John Lennon. Please ask all your friends to join us LIVE at http://www.IMAGINEPEACETOWER.com … Continue reading Imagine Peace: A Message from Yoko Ono Lennon for John’s birthday
Imagine PeaceIMAGINE PEACE Think PEACE, Act PEACE, Spread PEACE.
Pat Elder sent this out today: The Maryland Senate narrowly approved a measure today that will prohibit the automatic release of ASVAB test results to military recruiters by public schools. The vote was 24-23. Opponents charged the bill was unpatriotic and anti-military, particularly in a "time of war." Currently, thousands of Maryland high school students are … Continue reading ASVAB Bill passes in MD
For years I have been sharing my dream of action to end war with many people:That people will "wake up" and begin mobilizing, en masse, to Washington, D.C. to demand an end to corruption, to war, to the crimes against humanity. Imagine the highways clogged with people traveling to the doorsteps of our nation's capital, … Continue reading Peace of the Action
A small group of people braved the bitter cold in Salt Lake City, Utah on December 3, 2009 to protest the surge of troops to Afghanistan, joining 100 cities across the nation last week in the common message: No Escalation!