Friday, February 22, 2019

‘What kind of maniacs are running this country?:’ Pentagon rings in New Year with...

"Maybe a little more 'Happy New Year!' and a little less 'Watch... our powerful bombs of mass destruction.'"

Syria: Here’s what it’s all about; the underlying reasons for this terrible bloody war

So here’s a message for Trump: in addition to Syria get out of Iraq, get out of Afghanistan, and get out of the entire Middle East where this current government, with an overly aggressive foreign policy, never did belong and had no right to be.

Bring the troops home, but also stop the bombing

Sustained advocacy toward the Trump administration and the new Congress by peace-loving Americans will be critical if we are to fulfill this resolution.

We can end the US war on Syria

The people were right, and the military was wrong. The war on Syria never should have happened and now must end.

The world according to the ‘adults in the room’

A year of forever war in review.

America’s mixed messages

We still want populations around the world to admire, appreciate, and respect this country as a democracy and a powerful protector. Some ships are used to make exactly that point, other ships have become the very image and essence of hardship and harm.

12/3/18 Interview with David Krieger

John Scales Avery interviews Nuclear Age Peace Foundation founder David Krieger on his dedicated and heroic life-long work for the complete abolition of nuclear weapons.

In historic vote, Senate comes together to end military support of unauthorized Saudi-led war...

"I hope … we send a loud and powerful message by passing this resolution. That we’re going to bring peace to that country and that the United States Congress is going to reassert its constitutional authority to be the body that makes war not the president."

The Cold War we can still lose – and why

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.

A World Federation

In order to save the world from destruction in a thermonuclear World War III, the United Nations Charter must be reformed and strengthened.