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Humanism & Overcoming Evil

'Deep Mind' painting dichotomies

'Deep Mind' is a huge painting that explores the World Within, the Mind, and prompts questions such as What are we? Who are we? Why are we here? How do we balance and control the dichotomies within us of light/dark, human/animal, good/bad, peace/passion, joy/anger, love/hate, altruism/greed?

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Growing Hunger in America

In January 2010, Feeding America (FA, formerly America's Second Harvest) released its disturbing new report on growing hunger titled, 'Hunger in America 2010.' The Chicago-based organization is the nation's 'leading domestic hunger-relief charity,' serving the needy 'through a nationwide network of member food banks, over 200 in all 50 states, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico.'

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Aafia Siddiqui: Victimized by American Injustice

On February 3, a Department of Justice press release headlined 'Aafia Siddiqui Found Guilty in Manhattan Federal Court of Attempting to Murder US Nationals in Afghanistan and Six Additional Charges.'

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Avnery on a Taboo

A Four-Letter Word

MANY IMPORTANT struggles in Israel are calling out to people of conscience. Among others (in random order):

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Obama's Misguided Nuclear Dementia

There is no such thing as safe, clean nuclear power, and there never will be.  There is no such thing as safe containment of nuclear waste, and there never will be.  Therefore, we should not put our money into President Obama's misguided nuclear dementia.

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