By Felicia Gustin July 18, 2014

I think about the children in Gaza, the children coming across the Mexico - U.S. border, the children without water in Detroit, the children living with violence in Oakland.

I think about what kind of future our children face and what is our responsibility, as adults, to all children, to rid this planet of war and militarism, hatred and inequity. To save this planet.

I think about this poem by Guatemalan revolutionary Otto Rene...

By Gary Hicks July 13, 2014

by Pilar Rodríguez Aranda (Reposted from here.)

(To read this post in Spanish, scroll down.)

Everyday I read, listen to, and witness the decomposition of our “human” societies, and everyday I become more convinced there will never be a real change if we do not work on the very base of it all: our own self, our family, our neighborhood...

By Max Elbaum July 9, 2014

"In Gaza last night, while Israeli army forces launched military attacks by sea, air and via artillery shells, hundreds of thousands of Palestinian children were unable to sleep inside their roof-tinned homes, clinging to their parents, crying, and terrified. The shelling last night was earth shattering, and went through the entirety of the Gaza strip - at least 100...

Francesca Fiorentini July 2, 2014
"Dying In Misery" an Underrated "Hobby" Write Men of Supreme Court Justice

In back to back rulings the Supreme Court decided that "dying in misery" is its own vastly under-appreciated hobby. Whether pregnant and working minimum wage at a joyless arts and...

Rebecca Gordon June 18, 2014

June is Torture Awareness Month, so this seems like a good time to consider some difficult aspects of torture people in the United States might need to be aware of. Sadly, this country has a long history of involvement with torture, both in its military adventures abroad and...

Felicia Gustin June 16, 2014

The U.S. war machine is on the move. Oh, the tragic irony – the George H.W. Bush warship moves into the Persian Gulf, poised to take military action as the situation in Iraq deteriorates.

Calls for U.S. intervention grow louder. On one side we have the voices from the...

Francesca Fiorentini June 9, 2014
In this edition...
• Jesus Christ Returns, Kisses Obama's Feet. GOP Begins Investigation into Buddhism.
• World Cup: Brazilians Ungrateful to Host Ronaldo's Six Pack 
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Jan Adams March 6, 2014

The publication pictured seems to be the "newsletter" of the military forces that work at the US prisoncamp at Guantanamo Bay.

H/t: tweet from @carolrosenberg who has reported on Gitmo for years for the Miami Herald.

Further along in her twitter stream, she points...

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