Greg Moses

Greg Moses writes about peace and Texas, but not always at the same time. He is author of Revolution of Conscience: Martin Luther King Jr. and the Philosophy of Nonviolence. As editor of the Texas Civil Rights Review he has written about racism faced by Black agriculturalists in Texas. Moses is a member of the Texas Civil Rights Collaborative. He can be reached at

The Real Demand Crisis

Three Dimensions of a Complete Stimulus Plan

Texas Patels Take Over Dallas Bank

Jobs First

By George! Austin Leads the National Recovery

The Debt Looters

The Unemployment Channel

The Laffer Posse

Winter Soldiers Come to Texas

The Smell of Propaganda in the Morning

The Unnecessary Execution of Jose Ernesto Medellin

Who Killed Azem Hajdari?

Living for the Children of Palestine

Salamat, Riad Hamad

Chicago: the Stupid Experiment

Migrant Detention in South Texas

Missing King

Tolerance and the American Pulpit

Jeremiah was a Bullhorn

Raiding the Family Room in Texas

Beauty from the Heart of Texas

Crossing the Line in Texas

Night of the Living Redneck

A Thanksgiving Basting

A Cruel and Unusual Excuse

SubPrime People

No Light in August for Texas Refugees

Safe Passage for Willie Nelson

Hutto Prison Rebuffs UN Rapporteur

The Pirates of Homeland Security

Hothouses for Hapless Masses on the Rio Grande

Protesting Immigrant Prisons in the Rio Grande Valley

"Mothers are Rounded Up in Massachusetts and Sent to a Texas Jail Without Saying Goodby to Their Families"

Holding Susie Hazahza for Profit

Suzie Hazahza in Haskell Hell

Showdown Over Texas Immigrant Prisons

The Terror of Suzi Hazahza

An Outrageously Sickening Immigration Policy

The Words of Mohammad

The Government Blinks

Children Without a Country

World Responds to Palestinian Family’s Jailing Despite Media Blackout

Palestinian Immigrant Jailings in Texas

This War Can’t be Made Right By Winning

Globalized Gulag

The Dixie Chicks Come Home to Roost

Up from Chiapas

Junking Habeas Corpus

Boots Down at the Rio Grande

Psycho-Management Hit Mexican Maquiladoras