Struggling for consensus in the face of shocking atrocities shouldn't be an option.
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16-year-old girl emerges as a leading voice against America's drone war.
War is hell -- a point this new film gets across with excruciating detail.
Guess by how many times Obama has increased drone strikes over Bush’s rate?
Why My Dad Would Be Outraged Today
“End your drone strikes, end your support for Hamid Karzai, and provide reparations to the people of Afghanistan.”
For two and a half years, she posed as a member. She had a key to the office. She handled the books sometimes. She even chaired some meetings and spoke at rallies. But she wasn’t who she said she was.
As the father of Marine Lance Cpl. Jesus Alberto Suarez del Solar, who died on March 27, 2003, during the invasion of Iraq, I consider it my moral duty to share my thoughts with you today.
A 2005 interview with Ha Jin, whose novel, "War Trash," won the Pen/Faulkner Award. I spoke with him about this novel about the Korean War, and about how he became a writer.
Peace activists scored a rare victory on May 15.
They helped defeat a bill that would have thrown another $165 billion into the maw of the Iraq occupation, extending it deep into 2009.