On Aug. 10, Charles began walking 5-6 miles a day. Now he has only 60 miles left to make it to his destination: the National Security Campus (NSC), where nuclear weapon parts are made, at 14510 Botts Rd., KC MO. All are invited to join the last days of his trek or meet us at 3 pm at NSC.
Long on talking, long on walking. A band of Charles Carney’s friends gathered Sept. 5 for the Admire-to-Miller part of his Peace Walk from Wichita, KS, to Kansas City, MO.
There is substantial evidence that US military operations in Afghanistan, Iraq, and elsewhere since 2001 would likely have had much more positive results with (1) Rule of law, (2) Community policing, and (3) Substantive subsidies for a free, adversarial press with a firewall that substantially eliminated the ability of government or corporate bureaucrats to interfere in the content.
Today we walked 9 miles through the Flint Hills Nature Trail. As Charles Carney shared about the sunflowers’ nuclear healing powers as hyperaccumulators, I thought about the wise ways of the Kaáⁿze people who’ve called these hills home for centuries.
An early morning stroll on the Flint Hills Nature Trail provides sheer delight today!
This is my opinion as the mother of an Army Infantry Officer who served in Kandahar Province. We cannot allow the story of this war to be told as anything less than a devastating loss, an international tragedy that could have been avoided.
As Charles Carney began the 96-mile Flint Hills Nature Trail east of Council Grove, KS, Sept. 1, he saw with pleasure the flat, sandy-gravel path sheltered by trees on either side.
Nancy Kurtz asks, “Has someone ever hit you? Have you ever had something stolen from you? Has anyone ever begged from you or asked to borrow from you? Have you ever hated someone? Have you ever been bullied? What do you do?"
The results of Biden's revenge attacks mirror perfectly the cycles of America's war against Afghanistan.
I am part of a group called Advocates for Silenced Turkey (AST). We are Turkish refugees and Americans who seek to expose the human rights abuses going on in Turkey.