A number of years ago, my brother–Basil Harris, Jr.–wrote a song as a submission to the Woody Guthrie Folk Festival song writing competition. It was in the time of the Iraq War. It was in the time of Cindy Sheehan, the Gold Star Mother who stood for days and days on a dusty road in Texas in protest against W’s war and in memory of her fallen son. Now another Gold Star Mother is in the news and I wanted you to hear (and perhaps share) Basil’s song. Oh, and by the way, it received an honorable mention at the Festival.