Zero Damn Truth: US Propaganda and the Killing of Bin Laden

By Janet Weil Read more

Gyrocopter Pilot Flew for Reform, Might Land in Prison

Doug Hughes, a mailman from Florida who recently made headline news for flying his gyrocopter onto the West Lawn at the U.S. Capitol Building, will be in Washington DC for his first court hearing on May 21. Hughes has been charged with... Read more

Mother’s Day on the Golden Gate Bridge

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Obama’s Gulf Meeting Protocol: Shake Hands, Smile, Ignore Repression, Repeat

Co-authored by Nalini Ramachandran. Washington DC is presently the converging point for some of the world’s most oppressive regimes. On May 13th and 14th, President Obama is hosting a billionaire conglomerate known as the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC), which consists of the Middle Eastern countries of... Read more

Women Bridge Divide Between Koreas By Crossing the DMZ

During the Bush administration, Iran, Iraq, and North Korea were collectively known as the “Axis of Evil” -- common enemies of the US for alleged terrorist activities and pursuit of weapons of mass destruction. Such an ominous-sounding triumvirate helped to garner public support for the US War on Terror... Read more

Why I am Marching on Mother's Day for My Son

Written by Valerie Bell Its hard for me to celebrate on Mother’s Day. I feel the absence of my 23-year-old son Sean Elijah Bell, who was killed on November 25, 2006. He was out celebrating at his own bachelor party with his friends... Read more

Hillary the Hawk

Announcing her latest campaign for the presidency, Hillary Clinton declared she was entering the race to be the champion for “everyday Americans.” As a lawmaker and diplomat, however, Clinton has long championed military campaigns that have killed scores of “everyday”... Read more

Opposition to Weaponized Drones from Germany to Broadway

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No Room for Business as Usual at the Summit of the Americas

While all eyes during the Summit of the Americas in Panama were on the hemisphere’s presidents and political intrigues, such as the meeting between President Obama and Cuban President Castro or the hostilities between the United States and Venezuela, far more substantial was the separate meeting taking place at... Read more

Taking It to the streets on GDAMS!

Written and compiled by Janet Weil and Michelle Pineiro Read more