"Russia Wants to Undermine Faith in the US Election," declares a cover of Time magazine We should undermine our own faith in the U election system.
Peaceful compromise is often the last resort for the United States. An excerpt from David Swanson's book, "War Is a Lie: Second Edition," looks at how the U.S. foreign policy approach applies to two countries in the Middle East.
Israeli war propaganda, which has skillfully swayed U.S. public opinion in support of Israeli wars and occupations, has in fact been not so much a matter of skill as a matter of control. A new film, "The Occupation of the American Mind," traces the rise of Israeli war propaganda in the United States.
People in the United States believe that Islamic State is present within the United States trying to kill them. You can't poll them on what to do in the actual universe, because they're living in la-la land.
This open letter to United Nations Secretary-General Ban-Ki Moon states that the U.N. Charter has "been used to advance and misused to impede the cause of peace," and it calls for "a rededication to [the charter's] original goal of saving succeeding generations from the scourge of war."
After 25,000 people asked, Sen. Bernie Sanders added a few words to his presidential campaign website about the 96 percent of humanity he'd been ignoring.
In the face of ongoing public ignorance of research that appears to show that the US military dropped fleas with bubonic plague on North Korea and China six decades ago, author and journalist David Swanson sees an urgent need to oppose U militarism.
Did Congress declare war on Afghanistan according to the rules set forth in the Constitution? According to David Swanson, who joined Chris Hedges, Jeremy Scahill, Ann Wright and Josh Steiber for a teach-in Thursday on Capitol Hill (continued).