One Bold Step

Everyone talks a great game about changing the world, or even just their lives, but courage, while free, comes with one price: action. I want to share my bold step with you, and, if you write to me with your bold step, and it's timely, I'll post it on my site every couple of weeks, if not more often.

Support Bloggers' Rights!
Support Bloggers' Rights!

Location: Phoenix, Arizona, United States

Director of Research for (aka: The Foundation Foundation). Formerly with Air America Radio Phoenix ("Froggy Went A Marchin..."). Sang the National Anthem at a rally in Phoenix with Cindy Sheehan. Loves: chocolate, flowers, perfume (my grandmother), great music, politics, and a whole-hearted appreciation of the truth (Are there really "conspiracy theories" or do we need more FOIAs?). Seeker of justice and agent for change.

Monday, January 02, 2006

Remember The Fallen Heroes

Scott Cameron, disabled Vietnam veteran and campaign volunteer for Minnesota Senator Steve Kelley, has placed a sign showing the numbers of dead Iraq veterans in the window of Kelley's Duluth, Minnesota, office. Scott went on "The Ed Schultz Show" today to talk about this. Kelley's office is located next to a military recruiting center. Iraq veterans have been overwhelmingly supportive of Cameron, much to the chagrin of the military recruiters. For Mr. Cameron's action to be considered bold by our military is very disappointing. However, Mr. Cameron receives his place on this site because he is soldiering on. Kudos.