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Winds of change blow through German parliament

Reblogged from Pierre Gosselin’s No-Tricks-Zone

As Germany’s established CDU and SPD “mainstream” parties find themselves imploding, the smaller parties who oppose Germany’s out-of-control Energiewende… 655 more words

Politics

Friends of Elder Park are 10!

FOEP has hit double digits. At the ripe old age of 10, this year will be one of celebration & contemplation. We want to celebrate the last 10 years, and are thinking about what kinds of fun community event(s) might mark this. 273 more words

Future

Trying To Stop the War

Shawn Francis Peters, The Catonsville Nine: A Story of Faith and Resistance in the Vietnam Era

Johanna Hamilton, 1971: On the Citizens’ Commission to Investigate the FBI… 351 more words

Activists

MLK Rally Boise

Carol and I were able to stay in Boise to attend the MLK March and Rally from Boise State to the Capitol Building where Governor Otter’s address was read amidst speakers and dancers and general celebration. 23 more words

Events

ACLU Activist Training

Saturday four Sandpointers attended the non-partisan ACLU Activist Training in Boise. We talked about the nature of power, power making, how to best use the media, how to choose which tactics to use to reach your goals, and lobbying. 24 more words

Events

Coffee Shop Wisdom

Platitudes, rather hippy dippy and old hat, short sugar-coated sentences designed to bolster the ‘feels’ of a younger generation.  Look again.  Each line creates an emotion, a memory jog, that tingle of happiness to the down-surge of sadness.  28 more words

Quotations

Share the Wealth with Lea Koesterer: 2017 Harvest in Occupied Palestine

My friend Mary Wuller told Lea to get in touch with me before she went on her trip to Palestine with Interfaith Peace Builders. We visited at Northwest Coffee in December, and I knew I wanted her to share with us some of her stories and reflections. 295 more words

Friends