At the turn of the past century, humanity cared about, and had consideration for the welfare, and needs of people. In the late mid-century, and 1970s, this evolved to include care and consideration for our planet, environment, and wildlife. We were evolving, and this natural process insured our progress, and that life in the developed … Continue reading Animal Rights and The Evolution of Peace.
Its been raging for two days now: the debate, following the stunning announcement of our government paying former child terrorist Omar Khadr a $10.5 million settlement. I personally was shocked. After ten years of patriotically hating Omar Khadr, it seemed to be an unbelievable decision for our government to make. But then I thought about … Continue reading Omar Khadr: The High Cost of War and of Peace
There is so much hate, sin and selfishness in the world. Hate targeted at animal rights and environmental activists; those who are peaceful, have class and maturity; those who speak and stand by the truth; those who are smart, right and fearless; those who are poor; those who shun capitalist values and those who care, … Continue reading What’s Wrong With the World: Our Status Quo
Growing up in the wholesome, yet free wheeling 1970s, I was able to enjoy many things that would seem unheard of, to those who grew up in the increasingly conservative, and extremist 1980s and 1990s. One of these things was great hippie songs and movies, like The Legend of Billy Jack and the song One … Continue reading One Tin Soldier Update