War & Peace
michelle grise' | Call to action at recruiting stations across the country more... 0 Comments
CHUCKMAN | DARK AND GARBLED WORDS more... 1 Comments
populist | shameful is the fact that there are people who seem not to care that such things are taking place in our country more... 0 Comments
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RosaRL | Travis Morales, who has been part of the World Can't Wait encampment in front of the White House, had an opportunity to interview antiwar activist Cindy Sheehan. This summer Sheehan had caught the attention of millions by setting up camp outside Bush's ranch in Crawford, Texas and demanding that Bush say what “noble cause” had sent her son as a soldier to Iraq, wher he was killed. When Travis caught up with Cindy, she had already been arrested twice that week protesting at the White House fence. more... 0 Comments
Dave Lindorff | This president who has claimed the right to lock American citizens up without charge and to hold them indefinitely without the right to see a lawyer or to go to contest their captivity in court is suddenly touting all those rights, now that his own people are in the dock. more... 1 Comments
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CCNWON - | Breaking news and analysis on Plame gate/ Niger gate/War gate more... 0 Comments
Philip S. Golub | The empire has cut off its umbilical chord to the nation statre and is no longer territorially limited.. The US cultivating a robust nationalism represents a fundamental change in the grammar and future development of world politics. Naked imperailist policy now replaces liberal globalization.. Unlike Great Britain which lost control a hundred years ago, the US is now resolved to systematically undermine the existing world system more... 0 Comments
Payday | Turkish gay conscientious objector Mehmet Tarhan, now on 29th day of hunger strike in military prison, after being sentenced to four years for refusing to serve more... 3 Comments
G. Dunkel | Several hundred thousand New York City commuters were delayed getting to work on Friday morning, Oct. 21, by an electrical fire in the West 4th Street station. Instead of dealing with the conditions that created this fire, however, the city is planning to spend hundreds of millions on a new surveillance system in the subways. more... 2 Comments
Fred Goldstein | To be sure, a few slogans were added on. A New Orleans speaker was included in the program. But what was needed was to embrace the struggle of New Orleans for dear life. The Black leaders fighting for the cause of New Orleans should have been offered the opportunity to convene and discuss with the organizers, reshaping the program without sacrificing the struggle against the war. more... 0 Comments
Erin Thompson | On October 26 the threshold of 2,000 Americans soldiers killed in Iraq was crossed, and the anti-war movement geared up for vigils for the fallen soldiers. In Times Square, several hundred anti-war protesters gathered inside police barricades to place bundles of fresh flowers and chant anti-war slogans in front of the U.S. Army Recruiting Station. more... 2 Comments
green means green | Dear FIdel Castro and CUban People: In November, Frederick wrote, an Iraqi prisoner under the control of what the Abu Ghraib guards called “O.G.A.,” or other government agencies—that is, the C.I.A. and its paramilitary employees—was brought to his unit for questioning. “They stressed him out so bad that the man passed away. They put his body in a body bag and packed him in ice for approximately twenty-four hours in the shower. . . . The next day the medics came and put his body on a stretcher, placed a fake IV in his arm and took him away.” The dead Iraqi was never entered into the prison’s inmate-control system, Frederick recounted, “and therefore never had a number.” more... 0 Comments
Alex Gould |
Stephen J. Sniegoski | The American attempt to dominate the Middle East inevitably produces a strong counter-reaction.. America's hegemonial foreign policy has led to a geo-strategic alliance between China and Russia.. The United States with its hegemonial claim will be defeated like all other hegemonial powers.. The American ruling class and the American people do not realize the catastrophe into which America's war can lead. more... 0 Comments
Nyrkr | Photos of the Vigil for the 2000 servicepeople killed in Iraq and to call for an end to the war. more... 3 Comments
Observer | On Wed. 26th 2005 a vigil for the 2000 US servicepeople killed in Iraq was held calling for an end to the war. more... 0 Comments
Person There | On Wed. 26th 2005 a vigil for the 2000 US servicepeople killed in Iraq was held calling for an end to the war. more... 0 Comments
fred askew | Photographs from the Times Sq Vigil for the Fallen more... 0 CommentsPage 22 | Page 20
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