A pathological president who can pardon convicted criminals or start a nuclear war poses a clear and present danger to the nation and the world.
"The Senate will be able, for the first time, to debate and vote on a check on Trump's war-making in Yemen"
“This Senate vote should mark the beginning of the end of American complicity in the world’s largest humanitarian crisis.”
While we call for the closure of all U.S./NATO military bases, we consider the closure of bases and military installations in certain countries and areas as needing special attention by the international movement.
The cost of the global so-called war on terror will soon surpass $6 trillion.
Still trapped in a greater Middle Eastern quagmire, the U.S. military prepares for global combat.
An attack on either Russia or China could very well go nuclear, in which case there will be no winners. There will be no one around period to plant flags or declare victory.
The move ensured that Republicans can avoid voting on the bill – a vote in which they would have to choose between standing up against a war that has killed more than 15,000 civilians or angering President Donald Trump.
While the current administration seems to run on uncontrollable testosterone, the problem of nuclear weapons didn’t start with them, even its immediate predecessor helped to bring about this impasses.
You can check out the differences between Democrats and Republicans, and see who are the real hawks and doves in each party.