Why is it that going to war is the only issue politicians can agree on?
Do you really think that hundreds of thousands of men and women can return from repeated blood-curdling scenes of death and suffering without mental damage?
There were forerunners to Curveball in greasing the skids to war with Iraq.
What we call “defense” is pretty funny.
At this congressional briefing and screening view two four-minute compelling videos which chronicle how the filmmakers – and the people they interview – would spend the more than $1 trillion already spent on the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. The filmmakers will also offer brief introductions to their work and to life in their communities.
Noam Chomsky and Phyllis Bennis will discuss the current wars and the forces driving them. They will examine together the implications of the economic crisis and the right-wing resurgence for new initiatives by the peace movement. Following their conversation, there will be time for brief comments and questions from the audience.
Without the hype, presidents and generals wouldn’t be able to lure sane young men and women into the voracious maw of deathly chaos and unimaginable horror.
Wikileaks has revealed information about U.S. involvement in civilian deaths in Iraq. There now should be an independent investigation into the murders of hundreds of Iraq academics.
A British artist starts a conversation in America about a war in Iraq.
The U.S. invaded Iraq despite warnings that its Christians would suffer reprisals.
How does this help the United States?
Americans pay far more attention to the World Series than to the ongoing carnage in Afghanistan and Iraq.
We seem to believe that Iraqis brought the violence that has consumed them on themselves.
Does Rev. Terry Jones bear some of the blame for Baghdad’s most recent savagery?
A comprehensive overview of reactions to WikiLeaks’ Iraq documents.