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Two vintage films from 1989 on The Manhattan Project

The death by radiation exposure of nuclear scientists at Los Alamos is featured in the film “Fat Man & Little Boy”, underlining a littl…

Started by Tony Nuspl

0 May 21, 2023

"The Mess That War Left Behind" -- a review of Proving Grounds (2015)

book reviewed: Edwin A. Martini, ed. Proving Grounds: Militarized Landscapes, Weapons Testing, and the Environmental Impact of U.S. Bases.…

Started by Tony Nuspl

0 Sep 6, 2020

The half-psychotic civilization in Heller’s Catch-22 dystopia: a review of the Hulu adaptation (2019)

This review is prompted by the recent tv adaptation of the novel, and is heavily colored by both the vagaries of my hazy remembrance of my…

Started by Tony Nuspl

0 Jun 15, 2019

The CIA is a force for irrationality: a review of the film “Syriana” (2005)

by Tony Nuspl, Ph.D. History The name of the film was apparently inspired by the idea of a Pax Syriana, a broad peace in the Middle East t…

Started by Tony Nuspl

7 Sep 30, 2016
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‘Zero Dark Thirty’ Was Filled With CIA Lies

The Senate Intelligence Commitee’s years-long investigation concluded that the Central Intelligence Agency tortured detainees and failed to…

Started by Tony Nuspl

0 Jun 7, 2015

Above All Else (2014) -- environmentalist film, directed by John Fiege

This is a good film. Kind of like the real-life version of The Lorax. Well-attended screening, at the Circle Cinema, 24th June 2014. With…

Started by Tony Nuspl

1 Jun 29, 2014
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Grassroots environmentalism feature-length film "Fierce Green Fire"

Earth Day Special: "Fierce Green Fire" Documentary Explores Environmental Movement’s Global Rise featured on DemocracyNow! with Amy Goodman…

Started by Tony Nuspl

0 Apr 23, 2014

2010: Continuing the Odyssey

So, 2010, here we are, just when I was getting used to the idea that I had actually lived until 2001. I can’t help but reflect, not only on…

Started by Judy Ramsey

1 Jan 11, 2010
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Recommended Reading

Assassination Vacation by Sarah Vowell Whenever I pick up a book by Sarah Vowell, I wonder how much smarter this nation's youth might be i…

Started by Judy Ramsey

0 Apr 19, 2009

Christmas Gift to the TPF/PH~T Video Library

I hope to write down the titles that Tony graciously brought to the book exchange... But i'm excited about these additions to our library a…

Started by joni

0 Dec 12, 2008




Who We Are - The TPF Steering Committee

TPF is a registered non-profit organization in the State of Oklahoma, a non-partisan and non-sectarian civic sector organization, devoted to peace, social uplift, and nonviolence.

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Book Reviews, Film Reviews, Review Articles

TPF members post reviews, as part of a previously organized monthly book/dvd exchange or other occasional reading circles

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Peace Building, Mutual Aid, and Local Grassroots Community Efforts

People to come together to solve shared challenges at the grassroots level. This discussion forum is for events, plans, strategies and tactics to support sustainability and justice, including mutual aid and self-bootstrapping. Put your reviews of peace-promoting games and nonviolent disobedience training here as well.

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