PETER BERGEL – In my email this morning was a message from one of my favorite organizations, the League of Conservation Voters, that began: â€œWe just won a major victory…”but I have to admit that my reaction was â€œreally?â€
CRAIG CLINE – The title of the book is true to the authorâ€™s intent: to explore both the historical and the psychological-social-spiritual events that took place in the 1960s. He makes this exploration personal; a memoir of his own journey and â€œhealingâ€ — from his old self to his new one.
PETER BERGEL — Hereâ€™s another intrusion into the rights that most of us thought were sacrosanct in these United States: now government agents can sneak onto your property in the middle of the night, put a GPS device on the bottom of your car and keep track of everywhere you go. This development is the result of a Portland case affirmed by the Ninth Circuit, which includes eight western states. Worse yet, the law draws a line of privilege between the rich and the poor. The rich have rights, the poor donâ€™t.
OPW BOARD OF DIRECTORS: It is with a heavy heart that we tell you today that financial pressures have forced upon us the decision to end printed production of The PeaceWorker, although our award-winning news magazine continues to be available online at www.peaceworker.org.
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