Author Archives: comehomeamerica
from the Arab American Institute Last week, the Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on Constitution, Civil Rights, and Human Rights held the first Senate hearing on drones. With the testimony of one particular witness, Yemeni youth activist Farea Al-Muslimi, policymakers were confronted … Continue reading
Stop U.S. Subversion of Human Rights Organizations: PEN’s new Executive Director, Suzanne Nossel, Advocate of U.S. Military Interventions, Must Go.
From the Change.org petition site: There has been growing concern that Human Rights organizations are being subverted by the U.S. government to advance its foreign policy. With the appointment of its new director, Suzanne Nossel, formerly Under Secretary of State, … Continue reading
by jay janson Written on the Forty-fifth Anniversary of the Assassination of Martin Luther King Jr. At home, on TV, American kids watch machine gun thrillers and news videos of US soldiers and planes killing bad guys in six or … Continue reading
by Carey Wedler April 7th, Holocaust Remembrance Day, is growing near. As Israelis around the world prepare to mourn the loss of Jewish life 70 years ago, however, the situation in the “promised land” of Israel is far from a … Continue reading
by Jay Janson As we stare at the New York Times front page photo of the bat winged nuclear-capable B-2 Stealth Bombers up in the blue sky on their first non-stop long-range mission from the US on their way to … Continue reading