“I was interested in WW I because my father fought in it and I wanted to learn more about what he experienced. He enlisted in the US marines as a young man of 20 and fought in 1918. He was injured by mustard gas and by shrapnel, and in fact a piece of metal stayed in his body for his whole life.”

Curtis Bell
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Beyond Winning and Losing

Robert Koehler

“It’s the smallest thing in the world. Does the tennis ball land inside the line or outside? But somehow, as I watched this 60-second YouTube clip of an Australian tennis match last January, and heard an explosion of joyous…”

Robert C. Koehler
Published in: The Smirking Chimp, Huffington Post, Grassroots Press, Gilmer Free Press, Tribune Content Agency, Common Dreams, Common Wonders Blog, Truthout, Counterpunch, Chicago Activism
Date: August 17,18,19,20,21,2016
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Dignity and Respect During an Election Year


“During election years, pent-up frustrations, simmering animosities, and the toxic legacy of countless hours of hate talk radio erupt from the seething volcano of the American public. Injustice left festering explodes into anger and hatred…”

Rivera Sun
Published in: Rivera Sun’s Blog, The New Port Miner, Falls Church News-Press, Hutchinson Leader, Eagle Times, Counterpunch, Sierra County Prospect, Chicago Activism, The PeaceWorker
Date: August 14,15,16,17,18,2016
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