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What We Should Really Remember On Memorial Day

by  Braden Avant  On Memorial Day, we hear countless repetitions of something like “Let’s remember what this day is about.  God bless the troops.  Thank you for giving us our freedoms.” As many people repeat these knee-jerk reactions on government … Continue reading

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Memorial Day! Americans Honor Military that Slaughters Children

[This isn’t meant to be a feel good piece. It’s controversial. If you have a different anti-war opinion you would like to be published, contact me at akeaton@antiwar.com.] by jay janson Former US Attorney General Ramsey Clark in his book … Continue reading

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MEMORIAL DAY 2015: Can We Write Our Own Story?

By Joe Scarry In past years, I’ve reminded people that Memorial Day is a day, most of all, to renew our commitment to NOT waging war. In 2012, in particular, I was thinking about this in the wake of the … Continue reading

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Yemen from Foreign Policy in Five Minutes

Peace activist Joshua Byers has launched a new video show. He will be joining us here as a blogger. – Angela Keaton  

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Law School Profs whiff against student protest: Harold Koh and the immunization of war crimes

By Alan Gilbert Nonwhite students at NYU Law School, led by Amanda Bass and Aman Deep, protested the hiring of Harold Koh, a famous human rights lawyer who worked for the Obama administration, to teach human rights.  Their petition below, … Continue reading

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Libertarianism For and Against War

This is an excerpt of an article by Cory Massimino, May 06, 2015 Libertarian Reasons Against War (in no particular order): 1. War requires aggression. It’s simply irresponsible to speak of war without innocent casualties. Given the weapons, tactics, and … Continue reading

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Nuclear Disarmament: Are the Churches the Key?

I came back from the Peace and Planet conference last weekend in New York City with several big takeaways. Perhaps top of mind was the impression made by the massive turnout by people from all over to Japan to say: … Continue reading

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