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Posted on November 29 at 8:08 p.m.
Assuming that David Andreasen is not writing sarcastically:- When they went for Afghanistan, he did not object because he is not an Afghan, and the wars continue at costs of more than $1 trillion http://www.costofwar.com- When they went for Iraq, he did not object because he is not an Iraqi, and the occupation continues (50,000 troops still there).- When they locked-up brown people without trial in Gitmo, he did not object because he may not be brown, and Gitmo is still open (an international disgrace).- Only now does he object, when they want naked pictures of him, because he must be a Prudish American, ashamed of his own body.
Personally, I just want to get on the airplane and have it not blow up, so SCAN EVERYBODY, and those who don't like it should get out of our way and not fly.
On A Bridge Too Far
Posted on November 22 at 10:16 p.m.
Thanks Marjorie and Spencer, for sharing your Dad's history with us. I've known Dave for years and went to see him just before he died, and he was still feisty, still full of ideas as to what needed to be done (lots) to prod Americans into activism for good. Farewell and I hope some of my events help keep his spirit alive.
On David P. Wass, 1928-2010
Posted on November 8 at 7:46 p.m.
Next events on Saturday, November 20th -- 2:30pm talk, "Is The Economy Stupid?" with UCSB Professor Peter Kuhn, details on web page http://www.santabarbarahumanists.org/...
Join us for dinner -- 5pm Saturday, November 20th at the Natural Cafe on Hitchcock Way in Santa Barbara, please e-mail your seating requirements to Activities@SantaBarbaraHumanists.org
On New Board Elected for Humanist Society
Posted on November 2 at 8:07 p.m.
Join us for dinner after the talk -- 5pm at the Natural Cafe on Hitchcock Way in Santa Barbara. Please e-mail Activities@SantaBarbaraHumanists.org to ensure your seating.
On <em>Is The Economy Stupid?</em>
Posted on October 21 at 10:32 a.m.
Candidates debate for the US House of Representatives, 23rd District of California (mainly coastal Santa Barbara, Ventura, and SLO counties). Listed in alphabetical order of their last names:* Lois Capps, Democrat* John Hager, Independent* Darrel Stafford, Libertarian* Tom Watson, Republican2pm Saturday, October 23rd in Room A211 of the Administration Building, Santa Barbara City College East Campus, 721 Cliff Drive, Santa Barbara.
On Tri-Counties Labor Council for Capps
Posted on October 21 at 10:31 a.m.
On Dog Food Sandwich and a Bean Pie
Posted on October 21 at 10:25 a.m.
Posted on September 29 at 11 p.m.
"Can California Be Saved?" A Town Hall Forum with:- Jerry Roberts, award-winning journalist and co-publisher ofhttp://www.calbuzz.com- Sherry Bebitch Jeffe, political analyst for KNBC-TV News and U.S.C Senior Fellow;- Phil Ting, Assessor-Recorder of San Francisco;- Mark Paul, co-author of "California Crackup";- Joel Fox, President of the Small Business Action Comittee;- Stan Roden, moderator, mediator, arbitrator, and teacher.
Information web page http://sbnature.org/content/186/file/...
On Town Hall Forum: <em>Can California Be Saved?</em>
Posted on September 9 at 8:02 p.m.
After the concert have dinner, then come to a free documentary film screening, 7:15pm at the Goleta Public Library http://www.independent.com/events/201...
On September 11 Memorial Concert
Posted on September 7 at 11:21 p.m.
Continue the discussion over dinner - 5pm at Del Pueblo Cafe, 5134 Hollister Ave. in the Magnolia Center, Goleta. Please e-mail seating reservations to Activities@SantaBarbaraHumanists.org
On <em>Losing My Religion: Faith Reporting on Religion In America</em>