One of the best ways to reduce the deficit is to put people back to work. It’s time to invest in our people, and our communities. Let’s create stable jobs at living wages, rehabilitate our [...]
So I admit that headline could cover a lot of ground, but I’ll just touch on a few ludicrous developments of the nuclear weapons enterprise in this post, and a few good news antidotes to [...]
- India signing nuclear test ban treaty to kick-start talks with Japan? « kracktivist[...] Nuclear Nonsense (and Some Good News as...
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25,000 U.S. Troops to Remain in Afghanistan for a Decade After the Supposed "End of the War" in 2014?
Well, we still have tens of thousands of troops, and dozens of bases, in Germany, Japan and South Korea, don’t we? Last spring, when President Obama announced a “Strategic Partnership [...]
This week the House takes up the Defense Appropriations bill with votes on amendments coming as early as today or tomorrow. Call your Representative today! 202-224-3121 Tell her or him to [...]
When the lights went out at our Silver Spring home last Friday evening I got to thinking about how our tax dollars are constantly being squandered on war and militarism instead of our [...]
Paul Olson, former board chair of our affiliate in Nebraska, Nebraskans for Peace, had a refreshingly straight-forward op-ed on the otherwise arcane topic of nuclear nonproliferation published in [...]
Not only is the U.S. military the largest consumer of fossil fuels and the largest polluter in the world, it knows the climate crisis is real and can drive future military conflict. Tim Rinne, [...]
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- Climate Crisis Should Be Front and Center in Obama’s State of the Union Speech « Mother Earths Moments[...] Excellent Op-Ed on the Military and Cli...
Ending Iraq War: Op-ed in Bloomfield (NJ) Life newspaper by New Jersey Peace Action Executive Director
BY MADELYN HOFFMAN GUEST COLUMNIST Bloomfield Life, December 28, 2011 As 2011 ends, it is time to reflect upon continuing U.S. involvement in overseas wars and the impact that involvement has [...]
While today marks the sad anniversary of ten years of the U.S. war in Afghanistan, we must remember the people of Afghanistan have suffered decades of war. We take heart in the struggle to end [...]