How did the U.S. government get from there to a “Homeland Security Department” that trains local police to consider protesters to be terrorists?
Perhaps one day tourists to Nevada will leave the casinos for a time to visit Peace Camp as a place of celebration and hope
The United States bombs nations in the name of democracy, yet has one of the least democratic and least functioning of the states calling themselves democracies
We are held back primarily by our accepting and repeating of the propaganda that we have no power
It is the first time a victim of a U.S. drone strike will air his grievances in court
A look back at Britain in the early 1960s, when thousands of young people risked arrest in a determined effort to force British nuclear disarmament
Hundreds of thousands have already perished over the past dozen years. How many more children must die before considering the rational alternative to war?
The attack of the NYT editors on King for that speech is strikingly familiar, because it’s completely identical to how anti-war advocates in the U.S. are maligned today
The vast military machine needs to be dismantled. This can only be achieved by the concerted and peaceful efforts of an international grass roots movement
When Clarke invokes the “front page rule,” it seems to be his acknowledgement that peace protesters like members of Code Pink play a valuable role informing public opinion. Believing that the means you use determines the end you get, they hold out for alternatives to war and killing