“The melancholy river bears us on. When the moon comes through the trailing willow boughs, I see your face, I hear your voice and the bird singing as we pass the osier bed. What are you whispering? Sorrow, sorrow. Joy, joy. Woven together, like reeds in moonlight.”
― Virginia Woolf
“Remember this: We be many and they be few. They need us more than we need them. Another world is not only possible, she is on her way. On a quiet day, I can hear her breathing.” ― Arundhati Roy, War Talk
We, the People of the United States of America, reject the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling in Citizens United and other … More
“You’ve got to learn to leave the table When love’s no longer being served”
― Nina Simone …
We can go back to 1959!
1959, the Year that Changed Jazz, Blues, Soul, Motown and rock…
Miles Davis Kind Of Blue Full Album 1959
We can shut down 31 wars and invest in peace, people and planet. Si se puede!
36 plus years of avoidable wars of aggression against smaller and less powerful nations who did not attack was never a good idea. Legislators and presidents, in our name, have spent trillions killing millions for billionaires, munitions firms and war-profiteers.
Trump’s ‘only affinity for reading anything were the Adolf Hitler speeches he kept on his nightstand’
Riley B. “B.B.” King, age 89, of Las Vegas, NV, died May 14, 2015. He was an American music icon
“…We have an historic opportunity for a great global healing and renewal. If we will accept the challenge of nonviolent activism with faith, courage, and determination, we can bring this great vision of a world united in peace and harmony from a distant ideal into glowing reality.”
~Coretta Scott King
“The Don” (D. J. Trump) is now at the helm of the largest and most powerful organized crime syndicate in history. Dozens of extra-legal and extra-constitutional wars of aggression for the corporate bottom line have bankrupted the nation.
In America, militarized police have been given permission to murder at will and leaders export terror, munitions and unprovoked wars of aggression abroad. This violence trickles down into our schools.
“The math is not complex. Instead of doling out corporate welfare to insurance firms, we can pay that money to deliver actual health care. As health improves, costs go down”