Major John Baldwin served as chief of thoracic surgery with the 24th Evacuation Hospital in Viet Nam. For his extraordinary service, he received the Bronze Star.What follows is John’s own Memorial Day message offered to a home town crowd. It’s a message of remembrance, … Read More
Memorial Day originally called Decoration Day, was established as a day of remembrance to honor all those who fought on either side of the War of Secession or Civil War.
In 1868, General Commander in Chief of the Grand Army of the Republic John … Read More
Yesterday, David Krieger offered a persuasive argument to the question, “Won’t the abolition of nuclear weapons leave the United States vulnerable?”
I followed up with some questions of my own. Here are David’s responses.
Q: “How do we convince irrational leaders to sign on to … Read More
I’ve written about David Krieger before.
Founder and president of the Nuclear Age Peace Foundation, Krieger has worked tirelessly toward a vision of “a world at peace, free of the threat of war and free of weapons of mass destruction.” (And I thought getting everyone … Read More
Face-friend: Someone you are “friends” with on a website, such as Facebook and don’t acknowledge when you see them outside the internet.
“So is Anna going to be at your party this Friday?”
“No way. We’re just face-friends.”
– Urban Dictionary
In six short years … Read More
South African Bishop Desmond Tutu is a Nobel Laureate whose other passion is the abolishment of all nuclear weapons. The following Op-ed, originally published in the Sunday Observer/UK (May 23), was sent to me by David Krieger, president of the Nuclear Age Peace Foundation. Bishop … Read More
From the category: If you live long enough…
The New York Times reports (May 21) that the appearance of the Dalai Lama at Radio City Music Hall “has inspired a certain chant on the Avenue of the Americas…
‘Tickets for the Dalai Lama, TICKETS…’”
New … Read More