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Moral Corrosion of Drone Warfare
The U.S. government uses drones to eliminate risk to its soldiers and thus domestic opposition to war, but that heightens the moral imperative to challenge the remote-controlled killings, says ex-CIA analyst Ray McGovern.
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A Clarion Call for Our Country’s Pillars to Demand Justice
It is time for an urgent clarion call. Given the retrograde pits inhabited by our ruling politicians and the avaricious over-reach of myopic big-business bosses, the self-described pillars of our society must step up to reverse the decline of our country. Here is my advice to each pillar: Step up,...
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'No Walls, No War, No Warming': Progressives Call for Priorities Shift
Under President Donald Trump's budget, "war wins out"—over pretty much everything
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'You Have More Support Than You Know': Native Nations Will Rise in DC and Nationwide
"This fight against the Dakota Access pipeline has sparked a powerful global movement," says Dallas Goldtooth
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Trump Fear-Mongers on Gitmo as White House Readies for Additional Transfers
"You know what is dangerous?" Amnesty International asks president-elect. "Betraying our country's ideals of dignity & justice."
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Eternal Hostility: A New Year’s Resolution
This New Year’s Eve, 750 heavy wooden crosses were distributed to a gathering of Chicagoans commemorating the victims of gun violence killed in 2016. Rev. Michael Pfleger and the Faith Community of St. Sabina Parish had issued a call to carry crosses constructed by Greg Zanis. The crosses, uniform...
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Under Nuclear Shadow of Trump, Abe's Pearl Harbor Visit Mixes Business and Penitence
Veteran's peace group issues apology to people of Japan and the world for 1945 nuclear attacks
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Signs of Hope in Desperate Times
A postcard from war-torn Iraq
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A Party of Transcendence
It might be too too much to ask of the Democratic Party, but I’m asking it anyway
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The Antiwar Tour
Two American veterans journeyed to Japan to apologize for US war crimes. They found a growing grassroots antiwar movement.
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