A new movie about draft resisters during the US/Vietnam War era shows a stark contrast with the easy deferments of Donald Trump and Joe Biden.
The President’s call to “restore patriotic education in our schools” via the creation of the “1776 Commission” aimed at controlling public school curricula once again set off my alarm bells. As a dual German-American citizen, I grew up in Germany and by design of the education system became very familiar with my birthplace’s history …
As the United States marks 19 years since the September 11 terrorist attacks that killed nearly 3,000 people, a new report finds at least 37 million people in eight countries have been displaced since the start of the so-called global war on terrorism since 2001.
We spoke to author and historian Nicholson Baker last month about his new book “Baseless: My Search For Secrets In The Ruins Of The Information Act”. We had so much to discuss about this disturbing and unusual book and the questionable CIA/military activities it explores that we saved part two of the interview for this month.
On April 20, 2020, U.S. Army SPC Vanessa Guillen was murdered by another soldier at Fort Hood Army base in Texas. She had been recruited while in high school and told that she would gain many opportunities by joining the military. She was not told of the long record of military sexual assault of recruits …
By Merci Llarinas-Angeles, July 10, 2020 The tasks ahead to build an alternative global security system (AGSS) are a gigantic challenge to all of us who believe that a peaceful
From Moderate Rebels, June 29, 2020 The Minneapolis cop who murdered George Floyd, setting off a protest movement, Derek Chauvin, started his career as a military police officer at the