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Lawrence Wittner: The World Still Splurges on War

Amid continued splurging on war – with the U.S. government still far-and-away the world’s leader – there are a few hopeful signs as common citizens learn from the likes of Gandhi and become more suspicious of advocates for violent conflict, writes Lawrence S. Wittner. By Lawrence S. Wittner  ConsortiumNews.com  June 2, 2014 National officials certainly assume […]

E. Douglas Kihn: On Ending War

The evidence suggests there is no insurmountable human genetic predisposition to war, but human survival likely depends on assuring there be no more war. By E. Douglas Kihn Tuesday, 21 January 2014  Truthout.org | Op-Ed (Image: Lance Page / t r u t h o u t; Adapted: hansvandenberg30, The U.S. Army) Yogi Berra said it: “The future ain’t […]

Jay Janson> Sandusky Child Abuser Sickness but Americans Murdering Children Collaterally is a Life Style

Sandusky Child Abuser Sickness but Americans Murdering Children Collaterally is a Life Style By Jay Janson (about the author)  June 25, 2012   opednews.com Arab Children from United Headline news:  Jerry Sandusky found guilty of child sex abuse, should spend rest of his life in prison ,  by Dan Wetzel, Yahoo! Sports,6/22/2012. click here   By comparison, America’s Armed Forces, since end of […]

Margaret Sarfehjooy> Iran> The Threat is Very Real

Iran> The Threat is Very Real By Margaret Sarfehjooy   February 4, 2012 We are in very dangerous times, and we have to do everything we can to prevent another war—this time against Iran.  Almost every day we hear about new sanctions, new threats, new promises that “all options are on the table.” It seems like the […]