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

Down in Pinal County

Elite Logic at the Border

The Real Mission of the Uniformed Ghost at the Border

Why Operation Jump Start Worries Me

Neocon Border with Mexico Begins Next Week

Inglés Declared National Language

Canto for a Cinco de Mayo Weekend

Austin Students Walkout

The Bush Doctrine of Nuclear Preemption

Pinter’s Provocation

Thanksgiving Delayed

Bill Bennett’s Book of Cracker Virtues

A Movement Gathers Power on the Sorrow Plateau

The Listening Post at Camp Casey Two

Friday at Camp Casey

Cindy, the Peace Train and the Little Ditch that Could

Mona in the Field of Crosses

Pilgrims of Protest in Crawford

At the Crawford Peace House

Bush Teaches Intelligent Design in Prison

How to Cool Your Heels in Texas

Dylan’s America

Racism at Cape Cod

Race Bias and the Death Penalty, One More Time

The Saints of Mischief and Halliburton

Neo-Con Logic at the Border

Schwarzenegger Reprises "Birth of a Nation"

Why I’m Not Standing with the Gringo Vigilantes

Legalizing Law Enforcement in the South Texas Drug Wars

Growling at Halliburton

Something is Terribly Wrong Here

The Photo ID Movement as White Privilege

A Palm Sunday Chat with Sis Levin

They Don’t Shoot Donkeys…Do They?

The Fix-It Guys and Their Election Filters

Whose Elections? Our Elections?

Judge Appointed to Hear Election Contest

Documenting Voting Irregularities in Texas Elections and Why They Matter

Taking Jesus Back from the Hijackers

The Real Scandals of the Texas Election

The Heart of Texas

Martin Luther King and the Christian Left

Every Hero a Killer?…Not

Getting Real About the Draft

Boot Up America!

A Visible Future?

Texas Election Scandal

X-Mas vs. the Power Fools

When No Law Means No Law

Unplugging Al-Manar TV