A Vietnam vet on Burns/Novick “Vietnam” documentary.
… the problem really comes from Washington’s longtime strategy of coercing U.N. organizations into becoming propaganda arms for U.S. geopolitical strategies.
Whatever one thinks about white working-class voters who favored Trump, calling people gullible is not an effective way to woo back a voting bloc that already feels insulted and alienated.
A culture that tolerates various forms of abusive and predatory behavior, whether it’s silence amid a culture of sexual harassment or blind patriotism toward dubiously justified wars, has lost its moral compass.
“The time is now for Congress to shed its cowardly cover and do something.”
We will light singing across all seas…
This collective self-delusion saw the United States make the greatest strategic blunder in its history, one that sounded the death knell of the empire—the invasion of Afghanistan and Iraq.
We still could acquire a great hunger: a transforming hunger to share justice with our planetary neighbors.
The grotesque distortions of the judicial system and the aggressive war on the poor by the police will get worse under President Trump and Attorney General Jeff Sessions.
Autopilot Wars: Sixteen Years, But Who’s Counting?
The Journalist and the Fixer: Who Makes the Story Possible?
Lobbyists, politicians and weapons manufacturers are the only beneficiaries of the massacre in Las Vegas.
The Trump Presidency: Or How to Further Enrich “The Masters of the Universe”
If we’re going to prevent future wars, it cannot be about us the victims; it has to be about us and our government as perpetrators.
War and the Environment | Divestment from fossil fuels and weapons with Jonathan King, Susi Snyder, Terry Crawford-Browne, Tony Jenkins (Video)
Divestment from fossil fuels and weapons with Jonathan King, Susi Snyder, Terry Crawford-Browne. Moderator: Tony Jenkins
A United Nations study found that war and climate change were the driving forces of an increase in malnutrition worldwide in 2016.
As President Trump travels to Puerto Rico two weeks after it was devastated by Hurricane Maria, we go to the island for an on-the-ground report. Democracy Now!’s correspondent Juan Carlos Dávila traveled to the town of Utuado to speak with residents who have yet to get help other than a few bottles of water. He […]