Gary Corseri: While we are unfree, all men are unfree. While our children are walled in, All children are walled-in.
Gary Corseri: Nobody who reads this book could ever accuse Kathy Kelly of being “too big for her britches.” Time and time again, she confronts “unspeakable evil,” and manages to maintain her quiet dignity and never loses sight of the humanity that may be touched–even in the tormentors who confront her and others.
Note: American peace activist Rachel Corrie was crushed to death on March 16, 2003, while trying to stop an Israeli Defense Force (IDF) armored bulldozer from demolishing Palestinian homes in the occupied Gaza Strip. arely a woman, twenty three years old– Soft, vulnerable…. Surely, the Monster Will stop in its tracks! She steels her will, […]
t is the most misused, most misunderstood word in the American lexicon—“freedom.” But, what is it? Who has it? Example: Just as the U.S and South Korea are about the embark on provocative military “exercises” on the divided Korean peninsula, our UN puppets declare the head of North Korea a “war criminal” on the same […]
A Review of Paul Craig Roberts’ The Failure of Laissez Faire Capitalism ere’s a book that presents its theses nimbly, deftly, consummately. Roberts can be as “elegant” as a mathematical proof, and as down-to-earth, colloquial, no-B.S. as a man who has walked the windy labyrinths of power, observing closely, “testing axioms on the pulses,” and finding […]
Planetary Consciousness and the Tears of the World: A Review of Carolyn Baker’s Collapsing Consciously ne can open this 173-page book just about anywhere, read a few pages, and have something to contemplate and meditate for the rest of the day, or several days, or a lifetime. The book is divided into 2 parts: “Collapse, […]