Monthly Archives: October 2011

November Profile: Jose Hobday

“Institutions move a hundred times more slowly than the people do, so I stick with the people,” Jose Hobday said. Read more about her life that centered on simple living and the joy and peace it brings. Continue reading

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More Good News For Vote No On Issue 2

We head into the final two weeks before the November 8 election in Ohio that focuses on the repeal of the anti-union, anti-worker, regressive Senate Bill 5 that was passed by the Ohio Republican legislature and signed by Gov. John … Continue reading

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The Movement Is Afoot

There has been so much written in the blogosphere since the Occupy Wall Street Movement started that one’s head could almost literally begin to spin.  I believe most of us are so excited that we can hardly sit still as … Continue reading

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October Profile: Jack Nelson-Pallmeyer

Jack Nelson-Pallmeyer envisions great possibilities for building stronger local communities if we stop the insanity of military spending at the national level. Read more about the Minnesota Arms Spending Alternatives Project (MN ASAP) and how you can get involved. Continue reading

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