Musings of a 21st-Century Pacifist is a collection of articles from the perspective of a bilingual, catholic educated, agnostic, combat veteran, pacifist, engineer and jewelry maker.
Attracting attention to the issue of refugees and immigrants by riding a bicycle — an unusual bicycle — gives Jeffrey Heller a way to start talking about Human Rights First. Published 8:26 a.m. May 22, 2012 - Comments
Will I consider spending $250 to $600 for this new technology? Probably not. I will wait until the price is more reasonable and I will definitely buy one. Watch the video, it is sensational. Published 8:37 a.m. April 23, 2012 - Comments
After almost 60 years, the Right Wing fringe of the Republican Party appears to be bringing McCarthyism back as their platform. It seems that they are running out of ideas. Will the American public allow it? Published 9:09 a.m. April 13, 2012 - Comments
Multiple deployments due to the small size of the military may bring unforeseen effects. PTSD and a head injury have been discussed as possible causes for the Robert Bales alleged massacre. Published 9:53 a.m. March 28, 2012 - Comments
Mario Salazar is a combat infantry Vietnam Vet, world traveler, renaissance reconnaissance man, pacifist, metal smith, glass artisan, computer programmer and he has a Master of Science in Civil/Environmental Engineering. Now retired from the Environmental Protection Agency and living ...Read More
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Traveling Ahead of the Curve: News, Views, Clues and Must-Dos for travel on a constantly changing planet
Politics, economics, and business from a real world perspective.
Opinion, analysis, and musings on politics, pop culture, reinvention, and the resultant flotsam and jetsam floating around the right-of-center quadrant of the Left Coast.
Mario Salazar is a combat infantry Vietnam Vet, world traveler, renaissance reconnaissance man, pacifist, metal smith, glass artisan, computer programmer and he has a Master of Science in Civil/Environmental Engineering. Now retired from the Environmental Protection Agency and living in Montgomery County, Mario will share with you his life, his thoughts, his musing on living in yet another century of change. He will also try to convey his joy of being old.