Monthly Archives: November 2009

A Tribute to Brother Blue, Hugh Morgan Hill, Weaver of Stories

Brother Blue, fantastic storyteller, passed away at his home in Cambridge, MA on November 3, 2009 at age 88. He brought joy to many people who heard his parables and stories. Continue reading

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It’s Time to Ratify the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty (CTBT)

It’s time to ratify the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty. President Obama’s recent speech at the United Nations Security Council in September 2009 heralds an historic moment for turning back the threat of nuclear weapons for the world. Continue reading

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Thank you Senator Boxer for Your Work on Climate Change Legislation

Thank you Senator Boxer for forging ahead to help create meaningful climate change legislation for America and before the Copenhagen Summit in December in spite of Republican delay tactics and parlor games. Continue reading

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Senator Lieberman – What are you Doing?

Senator Lieberman is threatening to prevent an up and down vote on Health Care Reform. Whose interests is he really serving – the people or the Health Care Insurance Industry? Is Lieberman really a democrat or is he masquerading as one? Why has Sen. Joe Lieberman abandoned his 2006 campaign promises of passing universal health care? Continue reading

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