Monday, January 24, 2022

Hey, hey, USA! How many bombs did you drop today?

The Pentagon has finally published its first Airpower Summary since President Biden took office nearly a year ago. These monthly reports have been published...

The War on Terror is a success — for terror

It began more than two decades ago. On September 20, 2001, President George W. Bush declared a “war on terror” and told a joint...

Talon Anvil, Task Force 9 and the terrible cost of the air offensive in...

Subsidizing militarism in search of monsters overseas seems more and more like the American way. With the new focus on near peer competitors like Russia and China, the dangers are only growing.

The Pentagon’s 20-year killing spree has always treated civilians as expendable

Overall, military spending accounts for about half of the federal government’s total discretionary spending -- while programs for helping instead of killing are on short rations for local, state and national government agencies.

Personal interview: Lee Camp What are the Prospects for Peace?

Lee Camp directly address the role of the U.S. in the escalating tensions and its capacity to reduce them.

The high stakes of the US-Russia confrontation over Ukraine

The U.S. must step back from the brink of a U.S.-Russia war, and then from the larger Cold War with China and Russia that they have so blindly and foolishly stumbled into.

‘Infuriating’ report reveals ‘breathtaking cover-up’ of US airstrike that killed Syrian civilians

"The U.S. needs to leave Syria ASAP. Our military presence there makes us LESS safe!"

Personal interview: Dan Kovalik What are the Prospects for Peace?

We look to Dan Kovalik, a respected and renowned thought leader, for an honest assessment of both U.S. foreign and military policy to offer their most current thoughts and insights for improving the prospects of peace.

What is the Peace Dividend strategy?

Tell the truth about our endless wars and bloated DOD budgets!

To avoid Armageddon, don’t modernize missiles — eliminate them

If reducing the dangers of nuclear war is a goal, the top priority should be to remove the triad’s ground-based leg—not modernize it.