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A Public Plan for Peace

Robert Koehler fears that endless war has become so integral to American policy that it goes nearly unnoticed, institutionalized and framed by a compliant media. Trump's presidency, in its bellicose recklessness, may also be awakening the American public to the danger of perpetual war. But, "The resistance has to go deeper than Trump. At its center we need a public plan for peace."

The Moment of the Fool

"I saw a deck of Tarot cards, and there was Donald Trump as the Fool... the card that prophecies, in short, CHANGE." Robert Koehler sees a possibility for real, positive change for peace in the awakening of the people that has come about through the overt and unmistakable militarism and brash recklessness of President Donald Trump.

Budgeting for the Good War, for 75 Years

World War II never ended, Robert Koehler reflects, but merely warped into the Cold War, Korea, Vietnam, the first Gulf War, and now the Global War on Terror. War is the perpetual status quo... but could this crazy election cycle catalyze a wake-up call to the citizenry to "bring the war dollars home" and finally bring war to an end?

Why Go To Russia?

Inspired by Sharon Tennison's commitment to avert crises by building positive relations between the people of the United States and Russia, Kathy Kelly joins a citizens' delegation in Moscow focused on resolving disputes nonviolently, averting war and dismantling nuclear arsenals.