Voter fraud is virtually non-existent. But elections are stolen by widescale, racist voter purges courtesy of Crosscheck. Robert Koehler examines this threat to our democracy.
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About Robert Koehler
Robert Koehler is a nationally recognized award-winning journalist, fiction writer and poet whose essays and columns have appeared in numerous newspapers and magazines and on public radio and the Internet. Robert Koehler has won numerous writing and journalism awards over a 30-year career, at the national, state and local levels. He is currently a regular contributor to such high-profile Web sites as the Huffington Post, Common Dreams, OpEd News and TruthOut; and is a sought-after speaker on such topics as election fraud and the nature of peace. Eschewing political labels, he considers himself a "peace journalist."
Entries by Robert Koehler
“This isn’t rocket science,” Jackie Ingram said, humorously downplaying her involvement in the Restorative Justice Community Court, a pilot project of the Cook County Circuit Court, which has brought a…
Half a century after the anti-war protests of ’68, Robert Koehler laments that Vietnam Syndrome, the public weariness of war, has been defeated in the media. It’s up to the people, not the politicians or the press, to carry the torch for peace.
Robert Koehler urges us to find our power *with* rather than against nature as we are called to recreate the wilderness and revive our dying planet.
Bob Koehler states the violence in Chicago are sparked by poverty and spread like wildfires. Police action alone will not end the violence. Social stewardship and the elimination of poverty are needed for true peace and security.
Harith Augustus, a black man, was shot by a cop. Robert Koehler doesn’t blame the officer but the us-vs.-them nature of policing, and racism.
Last year, the 9 nuclear nations boycotted the U.N. negotiations to ban nuclear weapons. Yet the ban passed, and Robert Koehler remains hopeful for a future without nukes.
Womp, womp. Dehumanization and blaming enemies is as American as apple pie, Robert Koehler reminds us. Let us pray for love to transform this ugly truth.
Robert Koehler contemplates how our nation would fundamentally change if we truly valued life more than borders.
In the wake of the Singapore summit negotiating the de-nuclearization of the Korean peninsula, Robert Koehler is hopeful. He explains what the next steps must be to wean not only North Korea, but the world, away from militarism to true peace.
The Wicked Truth
The Thinking Person’s Guide to The Wildly Successful Broadway Musical
Employing political, social, and historical examples against the backdrop of the musical Wicked, The Wicked Truth: When Good People Do Bad Things explores the ways in which modern society is not so different than the mythical land of Oz, challenging the very framework of our culture, our understanding of Good and Evil, as well as our sense of right and wrong. Written by Raven Foundation Co-Founder Suzanne Ross.
Tangles of Desire
In her second book, The Wicked Truth About Love: The Tangles of Desire, Raven Foundation Co-Founder Suzanne Ross examines the trials and travails of romantic love through the lens of mimetic theory.
On the page, you can watch videos, take a quiz, download music, read a chapter of the book, and discover your romantic pattern. It's wicked fun!
Illustrations by Susan Drawbaugh of Wee Five Designs.