Bank of America, Citibank, GE, Exxon Mobil and billionaire CEOs were all found guilty today - on the streets of New York and around the country.
Once again the U.S. is using depleted uranium munition, this time in Libya.
Making major cuts in military spending could not only make a major dent in the national debt, but would also save many lives and put our country on the road to a new international policy of cooperation and mutual problem solving.
How involved is the U.S. military in Yemen, and is the Obama administration laying the groundwork for a new foreign adventure?
Since President Obama took office, more than 90,000 U.S. troops have come home from Iraq. The question is: now what?
Defense Secretary Gates, in Orwellian logic, said the biggest threat to peace is the European peace movement. WTF?
Last week President Obama signed a military spending bill that begins to turn our nation in a new, better direction. But there is a long way to go.