Monthly Archives: June 2020


Hey Congress, Move the Money

“The past month’s activism has changed a great deal. One thing it’s helped with is brushing aside the tired old argument over whether government should be big or small. In its place we have the much more useful argument over whether government should prioritize force and punishment, or focus on services and assistance…”

David Swanson
Published in: Pressenza, Counterpunch, News Break, David Swanson Blog, Environmentalist Against War, Citizen Truth, The Peace Worker, Free Press, EuroAsia Review, Salem News, Roots Action, Z Net, South Seattle Climate Action Network, Turkmenistan News, Progressive Party USA, Scoop Independent News, Media Monitors Network, Afghanistan News, Sierra County Prospect
Date: June 28,29,30,July 1,2,4,5,2020
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Battleground States

The time for manufacturing of weapons of war has passed as a viable industry for our nation, despite the way some of our political leadership clings to economies of the past.—Lisa Savage, U.S. Senate candidate in Maine…”

Kathy Kelly
Published in: OpEd News, The Progressive, Common Dreams, Peace News, Palestine News, Euroasia Review, Code Pink, Transcend Media Service, Counter Currents, Counterpunch, Z Net, LA Progressive, The Reader
Date: June 26,27,29,30,2020
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Seattle’s cauldron of possibility

“Maybe CHOP won’t last, but something is changing. Our national groupthink, as maintained with such stalwart certainty over the last half century by centrist politics and the mainstream media, seems to be crumbling before our very eyes…”

Robert C. Koehler
Published in: Pagosa Daily Post, Free Press, Tribune Content Agency, Black News, Global Diaspora News, LA Progressive, World Beyond War
Date: June 25,26,2020
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