War Immemorial Day – No Peace for Militarized US

War Immemorial Day – No Peace for Militarized U.S. By Bill Quigley. Bill is a human rights lawyer and law professor at Loyola University New Orleans. His email is quigley77@gmail.com Memorial Day is not actually a day to pray for U.S. troops who died in action but rather a day set aside by Congress to… Continue reading War Immemorial Day – No Peace for Militarized US

Afghanistan, Islamophobia and the War on Terror

Charles Peterson, student from the University of Massachusetts, gave this workshop on “Afghanistan, Islamophobia and the War on Terror” at the Campus Antiwar Network’s 5th Anniversary Summit at the University of Wisconsin/Madison from October 19-21. (23:42 minutes)[googlevideo]http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=4922125869181239311[/googlevideo] Delegates and guests from more than 20 schools across the country converged at the University of Wisconsin-Madison October… Continue reading Afghanistan, Islamophobia and the War on Terror

Open Letter to Progressive Opponents of Mahmoud Ahmadinejad

Open Letter to Progressive Opponents of Mahmoud Ahmadinejad from the Columbia Coalition Against the War As Columbia only very recently announced, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad will be speaking in Roone Arledge auditorium this Monday. A number of students and student organizations have already announced plans for a protest rally the same day. We are not… Continue reading Open Letter to Progressive Opponents of Mahmoud Ahmadinejad

Andy Jacobs exposes bi-partisan sellout of US

Andy Jacobs, former Indiana Congressperson, decried the unconstitutional and illegal war against Iraq and exposed the bi-partisan sellout of the US to foreign investors. Foreign investment – and US budget deficits – have financed US wars, including the war against Iraq. This sellout – started during the Reagan administration – rescinded tax withholding from foreign… Continue reading Andy Jacobs exposes bi-partisan sellout of US