Elizabeth Warren

Bombs and Bipartisanship

November 1, 2018 // 0 Comments

Reaching across the aisle to support Massachusetts’ commitment to militarism Originally published at The Shoestring As we head into another election season, one matter—militarism—remains a non issue. Massachusetts has built an economic base around militarism and this base is increasingly reflected in a nexus of …

A risky plan for Hanscom

May 6, 2018 // 0 Comments

Originally published in the Metrowest Daily News Do residents of Bedford, Lexington, Lincoln and Concord have anything to fear from their longtime neighbor, Hanscom Air Force Base? Without any vote on the matter, these four towns will become “ground zero” for activity essential to “modernization” …

In January 2016, the Iran Deal strengthened the world’s belief in diplomacy. The union forged between the United Nations Security Council states, Germany, the European Union, and Iran promised to create a more peaceful world, providing sanctions relief for Iran in exchange for the scaling …

Challenging U.S.-Saudi War Crimes in Yemen

December 11, 2016 // 0 Comments

Paul Shannon, Somerville.   Published in the Fall 2016 newsletter; adapted from an article in the AFSC Newsletter While the U.S. media focus on Syria, another disaster is unfolding in Yemen. In Yemen, the U.S. is collaborating with Saudi Arabia to do the killing. Yemen …

Mass. Peace Action sent the following letter to Sen. Elizabeth Warren on September 12, 2014.   We also raised questions about her justification of Israel’s war crimes in Gaza at her Tufts lecture on September 15 and distributed this flyer to the attendees. Dear Senator Warren, …

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