I attended a Memorial Service in Cleveland last weekend for Bruce Edward Horner, an Army medic who was killed in Iraq this month. His brother, Doug, is a good friend of mine — and a peace activist. Doug is also the pastor of St. Paul’s Community Church in the heart of the city here. (Half of his congregation are homeless people.) Doug gave an emotional talk about his brother and ended by saying if the sniper would have gotten to know Doug, he never would have killed him. The service ended with the song: Let There Be Peace On Earth. Note: Afterward I told a reporter from the Cleveland Plain Dealer that as Doug was a soldier for God and for his convictions, so is his brother — who works in his own “war zone” in inner city Cleveland. What’s more, I added that our country would be a lot better off if there were more brothers like Bruce and Doug.