Obama, Kerry, Hagele, Dempsey offer a targeted, limited, consequential plan for U.S. action coupled with intense negotiation creating the conditions in which a tentative offer is quickly embraced by Russia and Syria.
It appears that Pres. Obama may once again have arrived at a desired outcome of a dangerous and complicated crisis…and once again, will be given no credit for it by the tyrant-lovers on the Right.
Dust off your favorite anti-war protest songs, songs about fighting and being angry and songs protesting about any important issue.
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The opposition to involvement, no matter how limited, in war-like activity is based on a reaction to the nightmares that Iraq and Afghanistan became AND, of course, the ongoing plague of Obama Derangement Syndrome.
Despite arguments to the contrary, President Obama’s actions would seem to indicate that he is earnest in wanting military strikes despite his reluctance.
Watch a live feed of The Senate Foreign Relations Committee’s debate on a resolution authorizing the use of force against Syria in response to the use of chemical weapons.
With the recent 50 year anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King’s legendary “I Have A Dream” speech in Washington D.C. I thought it fitting that we should pay tribute to all the great black musicians that have contributed so much to the world of music.
Our live weekly chat on the week’s events, Vox Populi, begins tonight at 7:00 pm PDT. You’re invited to join your fellow members in a wide-ranging and always engaging real time conversation about the big issues out there.
The complete text of the U.S. government’s assessment of the chemical weapons attack in Syria.
We have to reject the unjustified use of fear and imaginary threats to the American public as acceptable reasons to bomb other nations. Facts, reason and principle should be the only tools to win over the public on an argument for war.
A stirring lineup of speakers and 100,000 Americans are currently at the National Mall celebrating and continuing the March On Washington that took place 50 years ago. Watch the live video feed here.
What we’ve witnessed since President Obama’s election has been an unending parade of thinly veiled and outright racism spewed by mainstream media channels and pundits, Republican politicians and the GOP army trolls at most blog sites. The march of racism hasn’t ended so the march against it can’t either.