Every year, the National day of Pakistan that falls on 23rd March is celebrated in New Delhi. The National day of Pakistan commemorates the Lahore resolution of 1940 that had called for the establishment of an independent state for Muslims Continue →
I was a bit puzzled by this article: If You Support Legal Marijuana, Memorize These 13 Stats
Here are the stats (and each one goes on to describe that it’s a projected tax revenue for some state or the potential market Continue →
The scientific malpractice and grossly ignorant reporting regarding the study of a single brain scan from 20 widely disparate marijuana smokers and 20 controls is getting a lot of pushback. Maybe there are limits after all to the deceptions that Continue →
This is, of course, a special day. That is true whether you are celebrating the resurrection of humanity’s Savior a couple thousand years ago, or enjoing a plant that humanity has celebrated for a couple thousand years. Or both. Can Continue →
Some of you asked if my talk on Thursday at University of Illinois, hosted by Young Americans for Liberty, would be available as video online. Sorry, but that didn’t happen.
It was a good session with a nice turnout and some Continue →
Charles Goyette talks with Ron Paul on their weekly podcast about cattle rustlers, cowboys on horseback, and the Nevada showdown with the BLM. Violence has been averted… for now. But what happens next?
And a special conversation with Pat Buchanan who Continue →
By Simeon Mawanza, Amnesty International Zimbabwe Researcher
On Friday, April 18, 2014, Zimbabwe commemorates 34 years of independence. Continue →
So, of course, everyone in the media has been gushing about the study that proves that even casual pot smoking damages the brain. Of course, that’s not even close to what the study showed, even if you accept the study Continue →
by Elizabeth Hasselbeck on Fox and Friends.
Wow. This clip has everything – reefer madness, Soros-funded legalization groups, Obama wants to turn the country into pot zombies….
I can’t figure out how to embed Fox videos on the blog (Fox doesn’t Continue →
Right now, a man named Albert Woodfox is sitting in a concrete and steel cage in a prison near the northernmost edge of the State of Louisiana. His cell is barely the size of a parking space, and he leaves Continue →
The people being targeted in the Obama administration’s drone war are “suspects” who deserve due process, renowned linguist and political radical Noam Chomsky said during a talk at Google this month.
There’s a debate in the United States, Chomsky said, about Continue →
Determined not to let a good piece of rhetoric go to waste just because it was untrue and discredited nearly 24 hours ago, Western media outlets are running frenzied stories about Jews in the protester-held Eastern Ukraine cities being forced Continue →
Whenever the U.S. gets outraged by the actions of another state, be prepared for elaborate displays of self-deception and hypocrisy. This has surely been on display in the case of the latest outrage in Russia’s annexation of Crimea and meddling Continue →
Tonight on the Possible Society In Motion Radio Show!
Being The Change!
Thursday, April 17 6:30 p.m.
With co-hosts, Anastasia Rosen-Jones and Jack Slattery
We each have a critical eye which sees EVERYTHING that’s wrong with the world. We each have Continue →
Tonight (Thursday) at 8:00 pm, I’ll be speaking at the University of Illinois chapter of Young Americans for Liberty. Topic: The Drug War’s Assault on Liberty. I’ll be covering a number of topics, followed by a Q and Continue →
Until there is a structural reform of the whole process and the harmonious collaboration of leaders, civil society and the wider public is achieved, Continue →
Click to read: Africa should stand out against the looming WWIII
Russia has a valid reason for refusing to join the cannibal world order. Just like the African nations, the Slavic nations did experience in their own soul and flesh the mercilessness Continue →
Who ever thought social media could be an International Peacebuilder?
Like many I had used social media as tool for keeping in contact with friends, however over the last few years I've come to see its use in a Continue →
In Turkey, 29 men and women are about to go on trial for Twitter messages they sent during the Gezi Continue →
11-12 julio 2014
Universidad Nacional Federico Villareal
CLASE, GÉNERO Y CONSTRUCCIÓN DE LA PAZ EN EL PERÚ: 1964-2014
Según el historiador Franklin Pease, ‘hacer una historia de la subversión en el Continue →
By Steven Youngblood, director, Center for Global Peace JournalismPeace journalism is about much more than peace and war. That lesson is being underscored this week in Kansas City, where we are in mourning over a series of shootings that killed three Continue →
Saferworld’s Central Asia programme has been operational since June 2010. It consists of 3 inter-connected strands of work: 1) community security programming in the southern Kyrgyzstan and northern Tajikistan, which aims to promote people-centred security provision among communities and authorities Continue →
The one idea interventionists have to solve the Syrian conflict is to eliminate the Assad regime. Regime change is the solution to the humanitarian calamity, they reason, because the Assad is the one doing all the killing. As Sen. John McCain Continue →