Sunday, August 14, 2005
It's not just possible, it's inevitable. New levels of community and communication provide all the tools (mostly free) to gather people up, make informed decisions about voting, rights, security, and everything else needed to make local peace. From there, we share our best practices and methods for local peace at regional and state levels. The constitution still puts states first, and we can influence the states we live in far more now than we ever have been able to. Thus, we can put real pressure on our national government if need be. Truth is, putting groups together locally will do most of the heavy lifting anyway. With the USA emerging as a peace leader once again, we can usher in an era of growth and peace in relatively short order.