by Alan Pyeatt
Further, the process of transformation, even if it brings revolutionary change, is likely to be a long one, absent some catastrophic and catalyzing event – like a new Pearl Harbor.
Rebuilding America’s Defenses: Strategy, Forces and
Resources for a New Century (September, 2000)
The tragic loss of innocent lives that occurred in September 11, 2001 left our country and our people deeply scarred.… Read more ...
C.T. Weber on the homepage of the Peace and Freedom Party:
Remember the so called sneak attack on Pearl Harbor? That awakened a sleeping giant, the United States of America. Well the sneak attack on state workers in Wisconsin may have just awakened another sleeping giant, the working class. This is a fight for unity among all workers whether organized into unions or not.… Read more ...
No, but it just might be at Pearl Harbor, Hawai’i.
Details here, here, and here.
Astute readers may remember the 2006 Libertarian Party national convention in Portland, which drew only 300 or so attendees, the lowest number since 1973, and managed to delete three fourths of the 2004 platform after the delegates were not provided a copy of the then-current platform.… Read more ...