Tag Archives: Memorial Day

Robert Sharlet :
Lament for the long forgotten war dead

For the fallen from Vietnam, Iraq, Afghanistan, it’s home in a box, family and neighbors gather, a sad requiem, the flag folded, presented to the mother. By Robert Sharlet | The Rag Blog | May 24, 2014 Nearly a half … finish reading Robert Sharlet :
Lament for the long forgotten war dead

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Clancy Sigal : Resisting War Takes Guts

“No More War!” Art by Iván Lira /MRZine.In our war-loving society:Conscientious resistance takes guts, bravery By Clancy Sigal / AlterNet / May 30, 2011 War will exist until that distant day when the conscientious objector enjoys the same reputation and … finish reading Clancy Sigal : Resisting War Takes Guts

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Harry Targ : Salamis, Not Bombs

Send a salami to the troops.Memorial Day:‘Salamis, not bombs’ By Harry Targ / The Rag Blog / May 29, 2011 Since I live in North Central Indiana I use every opportunity I can to import bagels from Chicago. In the … finish reading Harry Targ : Salamis, Not Bombs

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Memorial Day in Texas : Farewell to Nick Travis and Lisa Morris

Nick Travis at the opening of the Under the Hood Café in Killeen, Texas. Photo by Carlos Lowry / The Rag Blog.Memorial Day:Texas peace movementLooses two great friends By Alice Embree / The Rag Blog / June 6, 2010 Memorial … finish reading Memorial Day in Texas : Farewell to Nick Travis and Lisa Morris

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