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Americans Have Always Been “Suckers” for War

September 11, 2020 // 0 Comments

by Jeff Klein Previously published in CounterPunch Trump’s reported comments about the dead soldiers of World War I as “suckers” and “losers” has caused a well-deserved uproar. We may never know whether Trump actually said those things, but the sentiments are certainly in line with …

Sandy Hook, Orlando, Charleston, Las Vegas, Wakefield, Sutherland Springs, Pittsburgh, Parkland, Aurora, Virginia Tech, San Bernadino, Columbine. There were already too many mass shootings to name. Now we add Gilroy, Dayton, and El Paso to the list. In the wake three more mass shootings in the last week, people across …

We refuse to be silent as our elected leaders undermine access to the ballot box, destroy healthcare and the social safety net, and deny living wages—all while cutting taxes for the wealthy. Together we’ve been organizing and building the movement from the ground up in …

You’re invited to a WILPF Annual Meeting Retreat  11/30-12/1/18 Sponsored by the Boston Branch                                              featuring Cynthia Enloe speaks on Friday at 7pm about “Challenging the US Military as a way to Challenge Patriarchy in this #MeToo Moment”.   Dr. …

Thank you for attending “The Next Two Years and Beyond”.   Watch the talks on video! Saturday, November 17, 2018, 9am-5pm •  Simmons University, 300 the Fenway, Boston, MA 02115 Confirmed speakers: John Nichols is national affairs correspondent of The Nation.  His most recent book is Horsemen of the …

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 …

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