Current public opinion on military spending has a clear partisan dimension.

The walkout is part of a national student-led movement to end gun violence.

Readers may ponder the sanity of a society that imprisoned those who substantively opposed a war of aggression by a superpower against a relatively small agrarian nation.

There is a long list of the censored. The acceptable range of opinion is so narrow it is almost nonexistent.

Here’s to the day the two Koreas see through us.

Planting Stories in the Press: With the propaganda ban now a relic, the once-covert propaganda machine long used to justify war after war is now operating out in the open and out of control.

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Two videos by Betsy Rose, “We Are Women and We Are Marching” and “Coming Into My Years” Bella Ciao is a traditional anti-fascist song that has lyrics adapted to the Women’s March by Susan Terris and Betsy Rose Mindful Peacebuilding   Published on Jan 31, 2017 COMING INTO MY YEARS by Betsy Rose Well, I’m a gray-haired […]

Gun control has long been a shaky dividing line between liberals and the far left.

50 state bills, Minnesota included, with a link to find information on your state.

Whigham urges people to download their file so they can see the extent to which their privacy is being violated by what he calls “surveillance capitalism.”

Fifty years later, a new Poor People’s Campaign connects religious faith to social justice.

In translation, they’re telling Congress that they have more money than even they can spend in the time allotted.

The law as an instrument of morality at the state and federal levels has been deformed into an instrument of racialized social control.

A discussion of the human and political costs of war as well as trillions of dollars spent.

“The War Racket” tell it like it is. powerful music, powerful visuals.

A conversation with radical social critic and education Henry Giroux.

In her eye-opening study of the Second Amendment, Dunbar-Ortiz exposes the racist roots of America’s gun culture.

War profiteers and the media who hire them. Puerto Rico. Worker wages.

we will not rest
hoping is not enough
our resilience shall prevail