Pangea is the name that was given to the supercontinent that included the entire landmass of our planet prior to the breakup of the continents. Please calendar Pangea Day for Saturday, May 10th at 2:00-6:00p.m. EDT. read more »

Once upon a time, somewhere in post-war Eastern Europe, there was a great famine in which people jealously hoarded whatever food they could find, hiding it even from their friends and neighbors. One day a wandering soldier came into a village and began asking questions as if he planned to stay for the night. "There's not a bite to eat in the whole province," he was told. read more »

Critically acclaimed
To be culture bias,
Not even of dark complexion
So tension rises,
Gaining high
But shot down
By redneck views,
I’m a white man
Who sings
A nigger’s blues,
So i restate it all
And throw in
An apology,
It’s not my fault
I can grasp
You’ve been gassed
By your own
Pig’s feces,
Can’t tell the difference
Between Korean read more »

What everybody really hates to talk about is politics and religion.
these are tabu subjects for many. As a Catholic I can understand that we all are unique in our own way. Muslims have allah, other call him by jehova ,jesus christ ,God and other such worthy names. read more »

I was reading about Railroad Cops roughing up homeless people in Fresno and reflecting on how things never seem to change around here. California is a "Garden of Eden," Yeah, but only if you've got the "Do Re Mi..." read more »


Louise Diamond, author of The Peace Book and member of, reports in her blog the words of the Dalai Lama in response to a request for a prayer at the recent Culture of Peace conference. read more »


(A quote of John McCain, 7.10.07 while speaking
against the Webb Amendment asking that our
Military be guaranteed the same amount of time safe
at home as they have spent deployed at war. The amendment didn't pass, btw)

Finally something that makes sense
From the floor of the U.S. Senate
Hopefully, (though it's doubtful) read more »


What is Father's Day all about? And what is this Department of Peace thing really all about?

Think back to when your first child was born. Your reality was significantly changed at that moment. Your child entered the world, opening his or her eyes to the light for the very first time. Those big eyes seemed to hold a nonjudgmental purity. read more »

The Peace Report, Issue #6
By Louise Diamond, Ph.D.

The Building a Culture of Peace conference coming soon in Santa Fe has spawned a very interesting phenomenon. It seems some of the local peace groups (especially anti-nuclear weapons proliferation groups, as befits the area around Los Alamos) are ‘up in arms’ about the conference.

They have various complaints (the State of New Mexico, which is sponsoring the event, cannot do so with integrity since it is aligned with the nuclear industry; the money for the conference would be better spent being given to the complaining peace organizations; no issues of real substance will be discussed there and no new ideas will come out of it; etc.) read more »

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