The immigration debate seems to have gone crazy.
thanks amy and the entire democracy now! staff for all you do to keep us informed. your efforts in helping all of us attempt to make sense in the mad, mad mad, mad world are much appreciated. i emailed the democray now! staff on march 6 the following note, but haven’t as yet received a reply.
to Democracy Now! production staff:we so need to to focus on peace! the article appeared here on common dreams on march sixth of this year.
I almost never, ever miss a Democracy Now! episode. Thank all of you for bringing all of us a well-rounded and balanced program! I feel much better informed thanks to all of you.
Sometimes, though, I shake my head and wish for more PEACE in the “war and peace” report. Just this past week I learned about Chicago’s Peace on Earth Film Festival and WOW! what a great opportunity to work toward PEACE and not against war. The festival takes place next week so it may be too late for this year, but wanted to give you ta heads up.
Thanks for ALL you do,
oops! never mind, i thought this posted by amy goodman.
i’ll have to try again.
This is an excellent article. Thanks very much.
Most things are like this when you step outside your comfort zone for a different perspective. There are multiple ways to look at this. We need see our chains unless we rattle them once in awhile. Cheers.
Democracy Now is great and always good to hear someone is enjoying it.
I think in terms of Chief Seattle he meant that the earth is our mother that provides everything we need and that we should take care of it. We don’t own it and can’t take it with us when we leave. We can do that where ever we are.