Running a classic ZNet article to honor the birthday of Mikis Theodorakis, who is 90 today.
As president I will reward whistleblowers, end unconstitutional mass surveillance, forbid the transfer of war weaponry to local police departments, and appoint a Secretary of Peace
If you are going to support some wars, how do you pick which wars not to support?
The U.S. Government, its allies and their apologists constantly propagate standards that have no purpose other than to legitimize all of their violence
You cannot participate in mass murder and be a hero
Corruption of the global environment and compulsively frantic destruction of irreplaceable resources is an equally sure, if more delayed, manner of imposing chaos and death on a mass scale
Sixty years after Albert Einstein and Bertrand Russell issued their manifesto about the growing threat of world war, the globe continues to face the prospect of nuclear annihilation — coupled with the looming threat of climate change
The U.S. government invaded Iraq, devastated a society, killed upwards of a million people, wounded, traumatized, and displaced millions more
There has to be a last time we tolerate war
There appears to be a link between suicide and guilt for having killed, or failing to prevent death or injury