Tag Archives: justice

Justice Obstructed at Bagram As at Guantanamo — Ten Years Is Too Long

Justice Obstructed at Bagram As at Guantanamo — Ten Years Is Too Long by Brian Terrell    Published on Tuesday, October 4, 2011 CommonDreams.org Despite ten years of occupation and untold millions of dollars spent on rebuilding Afghanistan’s broken judicial and criminal justice system, the Afghan courts are “still too weak,” the Washington Post reported on August […]

How the Road from 9/11 Led to My Door, by Jess Sundin

How the Road from 9/11 Led to My Door By Jess Sundin (about the author)     September 10, 2011  OpEdNews    Protesters in Minneapolis demand an end to war and the attacks on civil liberties photo by Fight Back! News/Kim DeFranco One Year Anniversary of the FBI Raids on Local Peace Activists September 24, 2011 marks a […]

How the Road from 9/11 Led to My Door, by Jess Sundin

How the Road from 9/11 Led to My Door By Jess Sundin (about the author)     September 10, 2011  OpEdNews    OpEdNew Protesters in Minneapolis demand an end to war and the attacks on civil liberties photo by Fight Back! News/Kim DeFranco For ten years, the tragic events of September 11, 2001, have been used as a […]

Comments to Attorney General Eric Holder

Had I been able to address Attorney General Eric Holder when he was here on May 27th, here is what I could have said.  –Sue Ann Martinson Comments to Eric Holder:  Perhaps you do not understand who we are.  Perhaps you do not understand the loving community of antiwar activists that surrounds these women and […]

WHY IS IT EASIER TO POINT A FINGER AT A TEACHER THAN A BILLIONAIRE? by WAMM Member Polly Kellogg

Polly says this is a draft, and she would like some feedback.  Email her at pkellogg@stcloudstate.edu WHY IS IT EASIER TO POINT A FINGER AT A TEACHER THAN A BILLIONAIRE? Teachers do the most important job in our society. Let’s get real. Who among us could teach 5 classes of 25 youngsters 5 days a […]

Congressman Ellison: Do I Matter?

Dear Congressman Ellison: As-salamu-alaykum. I am a Canadian citizen, and I heard you speak today on “The Generosity of Inclusion: Everybody Counts, Everybody Matters.” I submitted a question, but it didn’t get asked. At one point I almost felt like I should jump up and ask it, but I have tremendous fear of your government. […]