Monday, September 20, 2021

Nearly half the $14 trillion spent by the Pentagon the last 20 years has...

“The magnitude of Pentagon spending in the wake of the 9/11 attacks was remarkable.”

As war keeps poisoning humanity, organizing continues to be the antidote

In the long run, peace activism is essential for overcoming militarism. And organizing is what makes that possible.

The only way to effectively counter terror is to end war

Collectively, recognizing the terrible legacy of 9/11, we must agree: To counter terror, abolish war.

How can America wake up from its post-9/11 nightmare?

After 20 years of war and militarism that has only left the world a more dangerous place and accelerated America’s decline, we must choose the path of peace.

Personal interview: Colonel Lawrence Wilkerson—what are the prospects for peace?

In the second installment of the '"What Are The Prospects For Peace?" interview series, Colonel Lawrence Wilkerson speaks on the realities of the international power struggle unfolding in real time.

Bertrand Russell and Ban the Bomb

Bertrand Russell's keen insights into the destructive potential of a nuclear war drove him to campaign for the complete elimination of these weapons of mass horror.

Two massacres? Disturbing accusations in the wake of Kabul airport bombings

The attacks were used by interventionist pundits in English speaking countries as an excuse to postpone the end of the almost 20 year NATO occupation.

House panel approves $37.5 billion military budget increase for 2022

“A day after the United States withdrew from one of the most costly wars in history, the absolute LAST thing congressional representatives should be doing is increasing the Pentagon budget.”

All bets are off as Republican democracy killers concoct ever-scarier nightmares

While Democrats work at marginal political solutions, the radical right heads for the rocks, crying “full steam ahead.”

No one should listen to Tony Blair on Afghanistan, here’s why

The former Prime Minister has no conscience at all and feels no guilt for all those maimed and lost in his wars of choice.