On Post-War Buyer’s Remorse

Or…The Vietnam Iraq Syndrome  I have to admit, I'm feeling pretty satisfied watching President Obama twisting himself into myriad contortions to justify US military intervention in Syria. I'm satisfied because I see this as one further step in a paradigm shift in which Americans reject the legitimacy of war and militarism altogether. The long march... Continue Reading →

They’re All Our Children

When tragedy strikes our own children, we collectively mourn. The world would be a better place if we did the same for the children of others.   Figure 1: Pakistani Children Keeping Vigil for the Sandy Hook Victims Click image for the source  In my novel, The Revelation of Herman Smiley the title character is... Continue Reading →

What Nobel Peace Prize?

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