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  1. Dying for What?: A Tour of Fruitless American Killing and Sacrifice

    Numbness or apathy. These seem to be Americans’ go-to responses when each new overseas tragedy unfolds. Recently, it was a bus full of Yemeni children – 40 in fact – killed by a Saudi airstrike that represented one tiny speck of catastrophe in an ongoing U.S.-backed coalition campaign. Sure, the dead kids briefly hit the … Continue reading "Dying for What?: A Tour of Fruitless American Killing and Sacrifice"

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  2. Get Out of That Quagmire in Afghanistan

    A lot happened in and about Afghanistan on August 15. The BBC reported that 48 people were killed in Kabul and that there has been "a recent upsurge in militant violence, including a major Taliban assault on the eastern city of Ghazni [where] at least 100 members of the security forces were killed." Then Stars … Continue reading "Get Out of That Quagmire in Afghanistan"

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  3. In Afghanistan, Our Need To Rethink the Institution of War

    It’s frustrating that whereas all human beings wish to live meaningful lives, we seem helpless in the face of a few individuals waging wars and exploiting our world. But we can each do something about this insensible status quo, as ordinary folk of the People’s Peace Movement (PPM) show us by taking one barefoot-step at … Continue reading "In Afghanistan, Our Need To Rethink the Institution of War"

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  4. U.S. Service Member Among Eight Killed in Iraq

    A U.S. service member was killed and several other Coalition members were wounded.

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  5. Why Can’t We Just Play Ball?

    Originally posted at TomDispatch. I can remember lying on my bed with a crumpled up piece of paper in my hand and throwing it at the wall while, in my mind, the announcer’s voice carried on: "It’s a long drive to right field… Furillo is going back, back, back… He leaps! He’s got it!" And … Continue reading "Why Can’t We Just Play Ball?"

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