We Hold These Truths To Be Self Evident !
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" God Bless Our Vets "


Opinion of Barbara & Dan Williams

Dare To Dream's concept is to be open to all points of view.
That is what a true "Democracy" and the "First Amendment" guarantees! Dare To Dream also feels it imperative to point out the obvious, that George W. Bush makes President Clinton's actions
look like that of a boy scout. War, when there are alternatives, is always war of convenience no matter what side of the fence
you are straddling.

It is obvious to patriots of this great land that our government has
been allowed too much leverage and now they give no quarter.
We the people had better get our act together or we will lose our liberties and many won't realize it until it is too late.
We have steadily been losing ground for many years now.

If our freedoms are to be preserved we must stop looking at
ourselves as Parties and see ourselves as One Nation Under God, unless we have abandoned that creed!

Subtle that it may be certain factions of our
government have been gaining dangerous ground, and
we have, thanks in part to corporate America's greedy influence,
 become fair game and their clay pigeons!

"God Is The Friend That Comes In When The World Goes Out"
Our "Founding Fathers" understood this!  Do we?
Folks we at "Dare To Dream" have come to admire.
Professionals, who are courageously reporting the truth
and sticking their necks out, and early on opposed Bush's
War of convenience among other pressing issues which they have, without reservation, reported on and took a strong stand on.....

Amy Goodman" from "Democracy Now"-----
Eric A. Smith Hot Damn! Design, Tokyo, Japan 81-03-3959-5371
FAIR-L"--  Fairness & Accuracy In Reporting Media analysis
Ben Cohen --- True Majority---
Vote No War"---

Now while we may not agree on all issues with these good folks,
as you will see if you go through the "Dare To Dream" site,
I respect their view and the right to express it.
Wall of Honor and Dishonor

by Llewellyn H. Rockwell, Jr.


As Clinton wages yet another aggressive war-this time on
Yugoslavia-and once again inflicts bloodshed on innocents,
let us pause to remember those who have spoken out against
this immoral attack.

Far too few are willing to stand up to the warfare state, and  yet
it has never been more necessary. As America squanders
her heritage of liberty to pursue empire,
we are still blessed with free speech.
And that free speech can make a difference.
It can help rally public opinion against a regime that
has become a threat to the world, and which is every day
depriving us of our liberty and property.

When people stand up in public for what is right, they
should be credited. Here is my preliminary list of anti-war heroes.
If you  have other names, email me at rockwell@mises.org.

And Those Who Favor War
Llewellyn H. Rockwell, Jr.

Llewellyn H. Rockwell Jr. is president of the
Ludwig von Mises Institute in Auburn, Alabama.
He also edits a daily news site, LewRockwell.com




David Aaronovitch (The Independent)
Christiane Amanpour (CNN)
Larry Arnn (Claremont Institute)
William Bartley (Wall Street Journal)
Joe Biden (D-DE)
John R. Bolton (American Enterprise Institute)
Max Boot (Wall Street Journal)
Zbigniew Brzezinski (lobbyist)
Winston Churchill, Jr. (British Parliament)
Eliot A. Cohen (Johns Hopkins University)
Chris Cox (D-CA)
Bob Dole (lobbyist)
Eliot Engel (D-NY)
Steve Forbes (Forbes Magazine)
Thomas Friedman (New York Times)
John Fund (Wall Street Journal)
Paul Gigot (Wall Street Journal)
Jonah Goldberg (National Review)
Katharine Graham (Washington Post)
Hugo Gurdon (London Telegraph)
Chuck Hagel (R-NE)
William Hague (British Parliament)
David Hart (London Times)
John Hillen
(Center for Strategic and International Studies)
Bruce Herschensohn (Claremont Institute)
Albert R. Hunt (Wall Street Journal)
Jesse Jackson (liberal activist)
Bianca Jagger (celebrity)
Robert Kagan
(Carnegie Endowment for International Peace)
Robert D. Kaplan (Atlantic Monthly)
Garry Kasparov (Wall Street Journal)
Henry Kissinger (lobbyist)
William Kristol (Weekly Standard)
Tom Lantos (D-CA)
Joseph Lieberman (D-CT)
Richard Lugar (R-IN)
John McCain (R-AZ)
George Melloan (Wall Street Journal)
Dick Morris (NY Post)
Gerold Nadler (D-NY)
Kate O'Beirne (National Review)
William Odom (Hudson Institute)
Michael O'Hanlon (Brookings Institute)
Andrea Petersen (Wall Street Journal)
John Podhoretz (New York Post)
Ellen Joan Pollock (Wall Street Journal)
Ramesh Poneru (National Review)
David Pryce-Jones (National Review)
Therese Rafael (Wall Street Journal Europe)
Howell Raines (New York Times)
Vanessa Redgrave (actress)
David Rieff (Salon)
William Safire (New York Times)
William Saletan (Slate)
Bernie Sanders (I-VT)
Gerald Seib (Wall Street Journal)
Daniel Schorr (NPR)
Ike Skelton (D-MO)
George Soros (Open Society Institute)
Arthur Ochs Sulzberger, Jr. (New York Times)
Ellen Tauscher (D-CA)
David Tell (Weekly Standard)
John Warner (R-VA)
Caspar Weinberger (Forbes Magazine)
George Will (columnist)
R. James Woolsey (ex-bureaucrat)

Tariq Ali (The Independent)
Michael R. Allen (Spintech Magazine)
Andrew J. Bacevich (Boston University)
Doug Bandow (Copley Newspapers)
Klaus Becker (We the People of Nebraska)
Art Bell (Art Bell Radio Show)
Jim Bell (Jim Bell Radio Show)
Tony Benn (British Parliament)
David Bergland (Libertarian Party)
Tom Bethell (American Spectator)
Michael Bliss (University of Toronto)
Samuel L. Blumenfeld (Chalcedon Magazine)
Burton S. Blumert (LibertarianStudies.org)
Alan Bock (Orange County Register)
Neal Boortz (Neal Boortz Radio Show)
Mark Brady (peace activist)
Phil Brennan (Wednesday on the Web)
David M. Bresnahan (WorldNetDaily.com)
Harold O.J. Brown
(Reformed Theological Seminary)
Thad Brown (peace activist)
Harry Browne (Harry Browne Radio Show)
Gene Burns (Gene Burns Radio Show)
Jason Butler (The Butler Report)
Pat Buchanan (American Cause)
Gerald A. Carroll (columnist)
Ted Galen Carpenter (Cato Institute)
Howey Carr (Howey Carr Radio Show)
Helen Chenoweth (R-ID)
Noam Chomsky (MIT)
Alan Clark (British Parliament)
Ramsey Clark (International Action Center)
Alexander Cockburn (The Nation)
Ada Coddington (conservative activist)
Charles W. Colson
(Prison Fellowship Ministries)
Sandra Crosnoe
(Associated Conservatives of Texas)
John Dear (Fellowship of Reconciliation)
John V. Denson (Mises Institute)
Thomas DiLorenzo (Loyola College)
John D'Aloia, Jr. (St. Mary's Star)
Jack DeVault (author, The Waco Whitewash)
John Doggett (John Doggett Radio Show)
Bob Djurdjevic (TruthinMedia.org)
Jim Eason (Jim Eason Radio Show)
Rev. David Eberhard
(Historic Trinity Lutheran Church)
Lou Epton (Lou Epton Radio Show)
Barry Farber (Barry Farber Radio Show)
Joseph Farah (WorldNetDaily.com)
Don Feder (Boston Herald)
Doug Fiedor (Heads Up)
Robert Fisk (The Independent)
Thomas Fleming (Chronicles Magazine)
Kerry Fox (News-Minute.com)
Samuel Francis (Foundation Endowment)
Eric Garris (Antiwar.com)
David Gold (David Gold Radio Show)
William Norman Grigg
(New American Magazine)
Paul Gottfried (Elizabethtown College)
Kevin Michael Grace (BC Report)
Bob Grant (Bob Grant Radio Show)
Steven Greenhut (Orange County Register)
Bishop Thomas Gumbleton
(Archdiocese of Detroit)
David H. Hackworth (Defending America)
Ken Hamblin (Ken Hamblin Radio Show)
Sean Hannity (Fox News)
Chuck Harder (For the People)
Robert Hayden (University of Pittsburgh)
Lord Healey (British House of Lords)
Nat Hentoff (civil liberties activist)
Edward S. Herman (Temple University)
Robert Higgs (Independent Review)
James Hill (James Hill's Weekly)
Michael Hill (League of the South)
Arriana Huffington
(Ctr for the Study of Popular Culture)
Sam Husseini (Institute for Public Accuracy)
Simon Jenkins (The Times of London)
Pope John Paul II
Diana Johnstone (Z Magazine)
Barrett Kalellis (Detroit News)
Kathy Kelly (Voices in the Wilderness)
Martin Kelley (NonViolence.org)
Michael Kelly (National Journal)
Jack Kemp (Empower America)
George Kenney (In These Times)
Alan Keyes (Alan Keyes Radio Show)
Michael T. Klare (Hampshire College)
Christian E. Kopff (University of Colorado)
Christopher Layne (MacArthur Peace Fellow)
Barbara Lee (D-CA)
Edward Luttwak (Atlantic Monthly)
David MacReynolds (War Resisters League)
Scott McConnell (New York Press)
Cynthia McKinney (D-GA)
Jack McManus (John Birch Society)
Veran Matic (Radio B-92)
Dan Meredith (Dixie Rising Radio)
Geoff Metcalf (Geoff Metcalf Radio Show)
Laura Mildon (Mad Dog News)
Joel Miller (Real Mensch)
Zoran Milutinovic (Wesleyan University)
Paul Miniato (Canadian libertarian activist)
Betty Molchany (peace activist)
Carol Moore (peace activist)
Jay Moore (Jay's Leftist Internet Resources)
Melanie Morgan (Lee Rogers Radio Show)
Mary Mostert (OriginalSources.com)
Mancow Muller
(Mancow Muller Radio Show)
Lars Erik Nelson (New York Daily News)
Robby Noel (American Freedom Network)
Oliver North (Oliver North Radio Show)
Bob Novak (Chicago Sun Times)
Vince Page (columnist)
Camile Paglia (Salon Magazine)
Matthew Parris (The Spectator of London)
Ron Paul (R-TX)
Svetozar Pejovic (Texas A&M)
Howard Phillips (Conservative Caucus)
Stephen Presser (Northwestern University)
Jim Quinn (Quinn in the Morning Radio Show)
Ralph Raico (Buffalo State College)
Justin Raimondo (peace activist)
Charley Reese (Orlando Sentinel)
Lord Rees-Mogg (British House of Lords)
Sheldon Richman
(Future of Freedom Foundation)
David E. Rockett (Agrarian Foundation)
Thomas Roeser (Chicago Sun-Times)
Lee Rogers (Lee Rogers Radio Show)
A.M. Rosenthal (New York Times)
Edward Said (Columbia University)
Alex Salmond (Scottish National Party)
Debra J. Saunders (San Francisco Chronicle)
Michael Savage
(Michael Savage Radio Show)
Phyllis Schlafly (Eagle Forum)
Helmut Schmidt (former German chancellor)
Benjamin Schwarz (Atlantic Monthly)
Mark Scott (Mark Scott Radio Show)
John Seiler (Orange County Register)
Jay Severin (MS-NBC)
Ariel Sharon (Israeli Parliament)
Barbara Simpson
(Barbara Simpson Radio Show)
Nancy Small (Pax Christi U.S.A.)
Bob Smith (R-NH)
Julianne Smith
(British American Security Information Council)
Ron Smith (Ron Smith Radio Show)
Sam Smith (Progressive Review)
Tony Snow (Detroit News)
Joe Sobran (The Wanderer)
Norman Solomon
(Fairness and Accuracy in Reporting)
Thomas Sowell (Hoover Institution)
Norman Stone (University of Istanbul)
Michael Stoudenmire (peace activist)
Clifford Thies (Republican Liberty Caucus)
G. C. Thomas (Marquette University)
Doug Thompson (CapitolHillBlue.com)
Srdja Trifkovic
(Lord Byron Foundation for Balkan Studies)
R. Emmett Tyrrell, Jr. (American Spectator)
Jon Basil Utley (IraqWar.org)
Tom Walls (peace activist)
Jude Wanniski (Polyconomics.com)
Paul Weyrich (Free Congress Foundation) 
 Timothy J. Wheeler (conservative activist)
Carl Wiglesworth
(Carl Wiglesworth Radio Show)
Rev. J. Steven Wilkins
(Auburn Avenue Presbyterian Church)
Walter Williams (George Mason University)
Garry Wills (Johns Hopkins University)
Douglas Wilson (Credenda)
Jerry Zeifman (WorldNetDaily.com)

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