Category: Afghanistan

Terror is Terror is Terror

By Mickey Friedman December 27, 2015 It is almost always the innocent who suffer. Whatever the cause, those who inflict terror invariably target the innocent. Those who shop in Baghdad, take the train in Spain, listen to music in Paris.…

Twenty-Two Times A Day

April 26, 2015 By Mickey Friedman Sometimes something happens we know nothing about. Down the road a bit. Around the block. The other side of town. In another state. Or the other side of the country. And so it’s understandable…

Too Much With Us

April 26, 2013 By Mickey Friedman I took Peter’s advice and bought clear packing tape to patch the major cuts and bruises of my sign, then went back out to demonstrate this past weekend. Peter, as he often does, took…

Making The World Safe For Whoopee

December 1, 2012 By Mickey Friedman Ignore the gossip-mongers: the mission remains critical. We’ve invested so much making Afghanistan safe for Hamid Karzai and his drug-running relatives, it would be a crying shame to cut and run. Just because our…

Going, going, gone

June 7, 2012 By Mickey Friedman Things are different since Vladimir left. Now when I rant, mutter, or converse in more measured tones, there’s nobody listening. Vladimir responded in his own unique Quaker Parrot way and most of it went…