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Anti-War Comments2019-10-21T22:29:26+00:00

Your videos are excellent! I’ve posted several on the Chicago VFP DeMil Facebook page.

— Arny Stieber, Veterans for Peace, Chicago chapter

Really, I love your work… Your work is vital to the movement!

— Will Griffin, Veterans for Peace, San Diego chapter, former VFP national board member, publisher of “The Peace Report”

I saw your “Truth in Recruiting” video. So funny, and so true!”

— Adam Dowd,Veterans for Peace, Chicago chapter


  1. Art Dorland March 2, 2018 at 2:46 pm

    “Here’s Your Flag” is a golden example of tastily tart, pointy satire. Your work here–in my jaundiced opinion– is worth a hundred slogan-shouting, fist-pumping public demonstrations, and in the end perhaps more effective. Not proud to say it, but I’m a sit-on-my-ass slug, while peace activists are out doing the real work, but there are millions like me and I hope some of those millions will get a peek at your films. Thanks for doing. Maybe one day there will be a Langhorne or a Twainie award, and you will deservedly win. — Art Dorland, Veterans for Peace, Cleveland chapter

  2. Louis Pumphrey March 3, 2018 at 4:32 pm

    As a drafted Vietnam veteran (First Infantry Division, 1967-68) and now a member of Veterans for Peace in suburban Cleveland, Ohio, I found “Here’s Your Flag” to be rich with dark, very clever, brilliant writing and humor. It should be required viewing for every adult and high-school student thinking about joining the military. Another short that should be required viewing by high school students is “Truth in Recruiting.” Jonny Lewis’s writing and acting is sheer perfection!! What a treasure he is!! — Louis Pumphrey, Veterans for Peace, Cleveland chapter

  3. Jessie Medvan March 6, 2018 at 10:50 am

    I think that using comedy to talk about some really harsh stuff is a great way to reach people because so much of what is going on is really scary and confusing to folks. If they’re able to relax and even laugh a bit while still hearing our various messages of peace, that’d be great. — Jessie Medvan, Veterans for Peace, Pittsburgh chapter

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