The PJRC

The Democracy Journal
Search Site
Get Involved
This form does not yet contain any fields.
    Support the PJRC

    Support the PJRC for continued original analysis on ending the wars, funding domestic priorities and preserving civil liberties.

    Make a contribution to the PJRC now!

    Make a tax-deductible donation of $25 or more and receive an autographed copy of Tom Hayden's newest book!

    Inspiring Participatory Democracy: Student Movements from Port Huron to Today

    Conferences & Events

    Tom Hayden speaks in Port Huron, MI, in celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Port Huron Statement.

    Invite Tom Hayden to speak in your town!

    Follow Tom

                    

    Contact Us
    This form does not yet contain any fields.
      Friday
      Sep132013

      Letter From Activist, John F. Bradach

      "Tom:

      I enjoyed your NPR interview, today.  

      Last Wednesday and Thursday I made a sign and stood on Pioneer Square in Portland.  As you said, this and millions of other Americans writing to Congress and talking to pollsters moved things in a way they have not moved before.  Our President of change and his sidekick may yet regain my respect.

      I had a Marine Nephew,Corporal Travis Bradach-Nall, killed by a U.S. Cluster Bomb in Karbala Iraq on the day Bush said, "Bring em on!"  His Mom, my sister Lynn Bradach has spent the last decade working to have the U.S. sign on to the International Convention to Ban Cluster Munitions.  http://www.stopclustermunitions.org/news/?id=4242 

      I had hoped we might get her in talk to President Obama and Secretaries Kerry and Hagel when this serious Syria business erupted."

      John F. Bradach protests military action in Syria in Portland, September 2013.

      PrintView Printer Friendly Version

      EmailEmail Article to Friend