Month: November 2012

Cut the Military Budget First

Let’s push the Pentagon off the fiscal cliff! Well maybe that’s not a good metaphor. Regardless, in the nonsense about the “fiscal cliff” here in your nation’s capital, not enough scrutiny has been given to the gargantuan Pentagon budget, which is 57% of discretionary spending, has ballooned over […]

Giving thanks for ceasefire in Gaza

After watching in despair as dozens of people have tragically lost their lives, we can be thankful today for a glimmer of hope–a ceasefire has been agreed to between Hamas and Israel. Israel and Hamas have agreed to a cease-fire in Gaza after a week of rocket fire and retaliatory Israeli […]