Monthly Archives: October 2013

From A Woman Among Warlords

“I don’t fear death; I fear remaining silent in the face of injustice…I say to those who would eliminate my voice: I am ready, wherever and whenever you might strike. You can cut down the flower, but nothing can stop … Continue reading

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Arnold Chiari Malformation

A Prose Piece by heather from thread: http://projectagentorange.com/wordpress/?p=870 It is a very hard thing to think that the country we serve and the war we send our men and woman to can hurt and expose not only there genes, but … Continue reading

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The Winner of the World Food Prize is …

The Winner of the World Food Prize is … the Men from Monsanto and Syngenta too An Essay by Richard D. Hartwell So many objected to the labeling selection of the Men from Monsanto and Syngenta too as the World’s … Continue reading

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October is Agent Orange Awareness Month

An Essay by (COVVHA) Children of Vietnam Veterans Health Alliance with Richard D. Hartwell October brings visions of cider, warm sweaters, shorter days and time with our families. The colors of foliage quickly turn to yellows, reds, and orange. For … Continue reading

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This Poem

This Poem by Bob Boldt This poem is a razor at the cloud-shaded throat of the moon. This poem has long, tattooed arms. This poem is not for younger or more sensitive viewers. This poem has tasted the bottle-cap sun. … Continue reading

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