Category Archives: The New Peace Movement
by Joe Scarry Tonight’s GOP debate is entitled “Your money, your vote.” It should be called “Your money, their DoD” (as in “Department of Defense”). (Of course, you won’t hear a peep from any of the contenders about military spending.) … Continue reading
Tommy Raskin interviews Ralph Nader about American militarism and antiwar politics. The Center for Study of Responsive Law created this video in affiliation with the Amherst Political Union.
by Daniel Riehl If you are angry about U.S. and NATO aircraft bombing and destroying a Doctors Without Borders Hospital in Kunduz, Afghanistan, I share your feelings. If you think President Barack Obama is guilty of war crimes, then include … Continue reading
by jay janson During the CNN Democratic Presidential Debate, earlier this week, millions of simple-minded Americans listened to the now time worn touting of various candidates as heroes, for having “fought for their country in Vietnam.” Here is what former … Continue reading
by Joe Scarry Today we observe Indigenous Peoples Day (heretofore “Columbus Day”). I wish that today I could point to some full-blown writing and activism that I have already done about Indigenous Peoples. The truth is that I have some … Continue reading
by Joe Scarry I’m excited to be preparing to attend the World Nuclear Victims Forum in Hiroshima in November. I’ll be using this space to share thoughts as the event approaches. As a start, I’m appending a list of my … Continue reading