endless war

There's plenty more, but this cuts to the heart of it. The media consensus on such a platform begins and ends, no doubt, with
The thing is, people get it. One way or another, they realize they aren't being represented by most of the people they vote
Michelle Obama ignited the crowd. "That is the story of this country," she said. "The story that has brought me to the stage
We have been at war for half of my lifetime, nearly all of my daughter's lifetime. It is our state of being. Political elites speak only of more of it, as if proposing a hike in Social Security benefits. No one (credible) says, let's just get out of the Middle East.
9/11 has changed the life of Muslims substantially. Almost overnight, they became the target of media-hype, various "anti-terror" efforts, religious intolerance and hate crimes.
We need to stop using military force as a solution to everything -- indeed, it is a solution to nothing. We must push for the repeal of the 2001 AUMF and prevent the passage of a new AUMF. We cannot rely on Congress or the president to reverse the course of rampant U.S. militarism. It is up to us to make our voices heard.
President Obama's proposal to repeal of the 2002 AUMF, which I have long fought for, is a positive sign, but we must address the root of the problem. Congress must repeal the 2001 AUMF, which allows any president to wage perpetual war, in any place and at any time.
While the USA has always been a warrior culture, built on a foundation of conquest and exploitation, that's only been part of the picture. Movements of liberation and the expansion of the mantle of humanity have always been a part of the picture as well, but today they seem less so than I can remember. Why?
Numerous lawmakers on the left and right have been arguing since at least last year that the AUMF, which targeted al Qaeda
WASHINGTON -- When Congress granted President George W. Bush authority to go to war against the perpetrators of 9/11 and