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  • Nina Pellar Le Baron
    commented 2019-05-23 12:58:19 -0400 · Flag
    We need to cut spending for the Military and use that money to re-build our Infastructure- the other “I” word that our president is refusing to address.
  • Richard Ochs
    commented 2019-05-23 12:56:30 -0400 · Flag
    Cut the War Budget for a Green New Deal
    Support a conversion from a weapons economy to a climate-saving economy
    The U.S. military budget is 3 times that of Russia’s and China’s combined,
    and therefore can be cut in half without sacrificing national security. *
    The $717 billion annual military budget is a threat to our national security because:
    1. The use of these weapons creates enemies instead of reducing them;
    2. All the U.S. wars of the last 60 years have been wars of aggression, not defense; *
    3. The U.S. military is the world’s largest single generator of climate changing emissions;
    4. The U.S. wars for petroleum keeps us using fossil fuel instead of renewable energy;
    5. The manufacture of weapons burns up over $300 billion worth of oil annually;
    6. U.S. encirclement of Russia and China threatens peaceful trade and prosperity for all; *
    7. A planned $1.7 trillion upgrade of nuclear weapons makes them more likely to be used.
    8. The profiteering U.S. war budget is an attack on the health and security of everyone.

    We need jobs in clean energy, not more weapons
    Maryland is a perfect example of a warfare economy since the export of Baltimore’s heavy industry.
    The “best” jobs are now at the National Security Administration, Fort Meade, Aberdeen Proving Ground, Fort Detrick, Andrews Air Force Base, Edgewood Arsenal, Indian Head Naval Surface Warfare Center, U.S. Naval Academy, National Guard and Air National Guard, Army reserves, school ROTC, JHU Applied Physics Lab, Northrop Grumman, Lockheed-Martin, Fairchild, Raytheon, and hundreds of sub-contractors – all having bosses and workers who support military expenditures.
    The U.S. is responsible for the deaths of 20 million people in 37 countries since WWII.*
    The 2 existential threats to continued life on earth are “climatastrophe” and nuclear war.*
    Let’s tell politicians to prove they are not being bought by weapons manufacturers. Tell them to cut weapons production and support a Green New Deal instead,
    which employ more workers per Federal dollar spent than does weapons-making. *
  • gloriana casey
    commented 2019-05-23 11:41:22 -0400
    It was always nice to think of America as, "Truth, Justice and the American Way. " Oh , my bad, that’s Superman—not us, Silly me. Of course, it could be us, America. I would like to change a few things though, you know preserving Free Speech and Free Thought, and remembering that there is NO official state or national religion in America. PRIVACY, the right for all persons to be left alone and not having their personal contact information sold to anyone and everyone in the world. And where does all of this lack of privacy with everyone and everything putting us all on camera all the time———-what kind of a horrible world is that? It makes the earth feel like a prison, and all humans live better when they live free.
    And really, being TRUSTWORTHY is what makes a person or a nation worthwhile in making agreements with other nations, but then overturning these agreements is really bad form—-nations no longer trust America. And too -—wars and wars and endless and senseless wars——-when the ONLY war all people all the planet should be fighting is the one happening now, right here— and happening in all of our collective faces——-CLIMATE CRISIS. PLEASE, there’s not much time to fix this: Mean what you say , governments, and if were really was a God somewhere——WHY would any person or any government want to destroy what that entity had created? Riddle me that!
  • Ruth Kay
    commented 2019-05-11 18:22:57 -0400
    Moving, but, unfortunately, pertinent. Keep petitioning members of congress to override Trump’s callous veto of their decision to end participation in the war in Yemen.
  • Melinda Skinner
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  • Sucy Varughese
    commented 2019-05-08 20:45:48 -0400
    Wage war on POVERTY not commit crimes against humanity
  • Dr. Amy Eisenberg
    commented 2019-05-08 18:53:40 -0400
    Billion Dollar Loser: NYT Report on Chump’s Taxes & Massive Losses May Prompt Fraud Investigation Major exposé from The New York Times, which obtained tax information on Donald Trump that shows his businesses lost $1.17 billion from 1985 to 1994. While Trump continues to refuse to release his tax returns, printouts from his official IRS tax transcripts for a 10 year period ending in 1994 show that in multiple years during that stretch, Trump appears to have lost more money than nearly any other individual taxpayer in the country and paid no federal income taxes for eight of the 10 years. “Almost every two cents of every dollar reported as losses one year, by everyone in the United States, were recorded by Donald Trump,” notes our guest, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist David Cay Johnston, an investigative reporter previously with the Times, now founder and editor of DC He has been reporting on Donald Trump since the 1980s and his new piece for the Daily Beast is headlined “Trump’s Tax Leak Hints at Potential Fraud Investigations.”
  • Billy Angus
    commented 2019-05-08 17:36:35 -0400
    I love Bernie Sanders.
    He’s the real deal and I’m Feeling the Bern. :)
  • Cynthia Papermaster Papermaster
    commented 2019-05-08 15:37:31 -0400
    Please let us know which candidates refuse to take money from weapons manufacturers. And thank you for doing this work for peace.
  • Jake Jacobs
    commented 2019-05-08 14:45:50 -0400
    I also added, “And by the way, there’s no fucking way I’ll ever vote for a corporate stooge and militarist like Joe Biden”
  • BrendaLee Lennick
    followed this page 2019-05-08 14:02:31 -0400
  • Rachelle Woods
    commented 2019-05-08 13:05:14 -0400
    Refuse weapons money.
  • Ernie Looney
    commented 2019-05-08 12:29:59 -0400
    The United States largest export is war and hate. Money has perverted our moral compass.There is only one morality, as there is only one geometry.
  • Mary Wilber
    commented 2019-05-08 12:26:13 -0400
    Just say NO to mass murder and ecocide. International weapons sales is a disgusting disgrace… the profiteers of death and global destruction need to be either transformed to a respectable business, or shut down, as is the case generally for the US MIC profiteering-from-death machine. Try being for human rights and justice for a change… people will like and support you that way… otherwise we will call you out and vote you out for the enabler of mass murder and ecocide that you are choosing to be by allowing yourself to be purchased by any aspect of the US MIC. Be human. Organize around Peace and Justice and renewable green living for ALL.