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TOLSTOY’S CATEGORIES OF CRIMINALS Count Leo Tolstoy (1828-1910) at about age fifty experienced a moral conversion that caused him to become a socialist and a pacifist. He liberated the serfs that lived on his vast estate during the time this … Continue reading

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HOW LONG THE WAR IN IRAQ AND AGAINST TERRORISM? by Perry Mann Considering ISIS, this is a timely observation that was made back when Bush II was in charge of our killing machine.

HOW LONG THE WAR IN IRAQ AND AGAINST TERRORISM? When asked how long the war, President Bush answered: As long as it takes. If he meant as long as it takes to pacify the contending parties in Iraq and to … Continue reading

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We Were On A Russian Ship

An excerpt from Imagonna: Peace Corps Memories available at amazon.com We left Greece on a Russian ship to Istanbul and on to Odessa. Before we got to Istanbul, John Kennedy, who sent us to Africa, was murdered. In the ship’s … Continue reading

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