Omar Khadr: The High Cost of War and 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

Peace on Earth, Peace in Syria

I posted these comments and thoughts the day after President Trump's ordered airstrikes against Syria. While I do agree that actions against the Syrian government and President Assad must be taken and I have supported military intervention in the past, I think it time we as a world changed our response and way of dealing … Continue reading Peace on Earth, Peace in Syria

What the world needs now

According to hype, buzz and media, this is what's amazing these days: Nude pictures of Kardasians! Commuter spaceships! Lightening speed transport! Cloning! Teleportation! Same hour drone deliveries! Celebrity and royalty fashion and lives! So fabulous I'm sure but what is happening to the world in the meantime? For me, what would be amazing is if … Continue reading What the world needs now