Lakes: Their Birth, Life and Death – John Richard Saylor

Warriors for Peace Lakewood, WA

Lakes might be the most misunderstood bodies of water on earth. John is deeply involved with lakes, their environments and the significance in the global water system.  They take many different forms and we’ll be discussing how they come about, how they feed and support ecosystems and the serious effects that evolve when they disappear.

Leadership: The Warrior’s Art – Christopher Kolenda

Warriors for Peace Lakewood, WA

This publication gives a real insight as to what it takes to become a leader, and how, in the military, major changes have evolved through the years to redefine military leadership, so that the soldiers who serve to protect our nation are groomed in leadership skills with real purpose and direction.  These very skills, when […]

The Division of Light and Power – Dennis J. Kucinich

Warriors for Peace Lakewood, WA

You can’t fight City Hall!...This statement is made by many people. Dennis was a mayor in Cleveland, Ohio and took on the challenge of fighting the deep levels of corruption […]

Zero-Sum Victory: What We’re Getting Wrong About War – Christopher D. Kolenda

Warriors for Peace Lakewood, WA

Retired US Army colonel Christopher D. Kolenda identifies three interrelated problems that have emerged from the zero-sum victory attitude that too often is in the decision making by government politicians. He will elate our historical examples and also his personal ones.

The Grey Bird of Baghdad – Stephen Phillip Monteiro

Warriors for Peace Lakewood, WA

This true story of a rescue of a man and his family by an ex-Secret Service agent is incredible!  It would make an amazing movie, and I can tell you, it is difficult to put this story down as what evolves provides a very deep insight into what it takes within a bureaucracy to make […]

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