Happy Birthday to Antiwar.com (and me)
Approaching my 42nd birthday on December 24, '95, I gave myself a present: I launched a website.
Next week is my 65th birthday, and Antiwar.com is now 23 years old. I have been given a huge gift.
You, the readers and supporters, have given me the best gift of my life. Without you, Antiwar.com would not exist. And that gift keeps giving....
Read the full letter form Antiwar.com Founder Eric Garris here:
While various actors in the peace community loudly and strongly oppose the current wars and occupations this country is involved in, it seems that the community as a whole has not yet figured out how to perfect peace.
Those of us of a certain age may remember that Veterans Day used to be called Armistice Day – the day the guns fell silent in war-torn Europe at the eleventh hour on the eleventh day of the eleventh month of 1918. The Great War, the Global War that we now call World War I, had reached a ceasefire.
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