. . . toward America First-ism in foreign policy.
Understanding how misguided and arguably insane our military priorities and spending are.
The greatest danger we face today is not coming from China. It is our drift toward proto-fascism.
While many American policy makers believe that their country is ‘exceptional’ and thus shouldn’t have to follow long established laws, other governments see the precedents they set and act accordingly.
“The U.S. imperial war project, now marching headlong into the heavens, is on autopilot."
Can the deluded right hope to regain credibility by backing the anti-American Trump crusade?
Congress should expand legal avenues of immigration, along with a roadmap to citizenship for undocumented immigrants already here—a policy with broad public support.
“You get what you organize for.”
Homer shows what civilization is all about, beginning with the distinction between predatory mendacity vs. mutually-supportive, truth-based partnerships.
Arms sales, congressional procedure, and what American's must know about weapons that are sold by the United States in the context of Boeing's most recent arms sale to Israel.