Issues / War & Peace
The White House promised a nonpolitical speech on 9/11. So why was the president talking about Iraq?
Bush should be seeking new and creative ways to stop the utter destruction of Iraq and the constant loss of our soldiers.
All sides have claimed victory in the Lebanon conflict. They're all wrong.
The Pentagon claims to have built a better landmine that targets soldiers and spares civilians. These two leaders of the U.S. Campaign to Ban Landmines say: Back to the drawing board.
There is good reason to question President George W. Bush's claim he made hours after the August 10th terrorist plot was busted that "this country is safer than it was prior to 9/11."
Sounding a similar note, the neocons push for war again.
The Irish saved civilization. Now it's time for them to help out the Middle East.
The Bush administration wants to punish the Lebanese for supporting Hezbollah. Whos next, Syria or Iran?
The United States supplies most of Israel's weapons, and it bears some responsibility for the escalating violence in Israel and Lebanon. It must now use its influence to call for an immediate cease-fire in the assault that has killed so many innocent civilians.
In 1996, the United States designed a law to combat war crimes. That same law has now come back to haunt the Bush administration.