On the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month on the 100th anniversary of the Armistice that silenced the guns of the “war to end all wars,” we will march to reclaim the Armistice Day promise of peace.
The 1980s were a time of very active American military intervention around the world.
Riley B. “B.B.” King, age 89, of Las Vegas, NV, died May 14, 2015. He was an American music icon
We can rebuild sustainable infrastructure and restore human resources by choosing peace over war.
No witnesses or officers at the scene saw a gun. But one appeared an hour later.
“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.
Large corporations do not pay sales taxes, property taxes, payroll taxes, Social Security or Unemployment. Everyday working people and consumers pay all of these taxes.
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.
“We’re in serious trouble: before 2030 it is all over but the shouting.”
The Democrats and Republicans are both right wing. Period.
Corporate wars and profiteering have already bankrupted the nation. If we continue down this road, a global recession will occur and we will be in full retreat from 800 military bases while dying oceans flood all shores.
We need a Green New Deal
While stepping back from governing to politic, look pretty and tell lies… Obama allowed the CIA, the Pentagon, profiteers and criminals to attack dozens of nations who have not attacked us for destruction, extraction, exploitation and extortion. This shameful display of aggression, in our name, has made America a pariah state.
“… before 2030 we will be in full retreat while rising seas flood nuclear reactors and our coastal cities.”
The Panthers had many little-known sides to their work, organizing dozens of community programs like free breakfasts, health clinics and shoes for children.
“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”