Category Military Madness
No longer will the pilots who steer drones and fire missiles while staring at computer screens be confined to remote areas like the Nevada desert.
Something is dangerously loose at the American core: a need for endless war combined with a nuclear recklessness uncontained by public scrutiny. By Robert C. Koehler Common Dreams April 27, 2017 The American will to wage war — endless war, pointless war, total war — is, I fear, impervious to public opinion and even political action. […]
U.S. military bases, both domestic and foreign, consistently rank among some of the most polluted places in the world…
Forty-Five Blows Against Democracy: How US Military Bases Back Dictators, Autocrats and Military Regimes by David Vine
This pattern of daily support for dictatorship and repression around the world should be a national scandal in a country supposedly committed to democracy.
The actual expense of the X-37 is hidden in the Pentagon’s ‘black,’ or classified, budget but is likely to cost more than $1 billion.
The hands of the Doomsday Clock were moved two minutes and 30 seconds closer to midnight by the Bulletin of Atomic Scientists.
the essential antecedents of war are being established based on anonymous “experts” and “officials,” and hardly anyone notices, much less pushes back.
Why do vendors who contract with the [State of] Minnesota have to pledge allegiance to Israel?
Discussing the US role in the Syrian conflict.
CounterSpin interview with Hyun Lee on North Korea
The world wants nuclear disarmament
New articles from WAMM about current issues.
Ann Wright talks about her experiences at Standing Rock, in North Korea, Gaza/Palestine, and more…
Here is a rundown of U.S. foreign policy in 2016. Marjorie Cohn, Huffington Post 12/30/2016 | One of the most alarming developments in U.S. foreign policy in 2016 was the ratcheting up of the new iteration of the Cold War. Looking back at U.S. foreign policy in this last year of Barack Obama’s presidential tenure, […]
A single water pump serves all 700 families, and the water isn’t even potable.
The military feared Congress would use the confidential data as an excuse to slash defense spending
The greatest build-up of American-led military forces since the Second World War is well under way.