In a House committee vote, U.S. representatives voted 42-17 in favor of Rep. Jared Golden’s amendment to boost the president’s already gargantuan military spending request.
Tag: Rep. Barbara Lee
The War on Terror Is a Success — for Terror
Nick Turse reports on the proliferation of U.S. military targets since U.S. Congress gave successive presidents an essentially free hand to make war around the world.
Remembrance for the Victims of Post-9/11 Wars
The mass murder of Americans on Sept. 11, 2001, spawned a larger tragedy for others, writes Mitchell Zimmerman.
Chris Hedges: US Collective Suicide
The return of the Taliban to power will be one more signpost of the end of the American empire — and nobody will be held accountable.
Bill Introduced in US Congress to Help Agent Orange Vietnamese Victims
U.S. veterans have received some compensation, writes Marjorie Cohn, but very little assistance has been given to the intended victims of the defoliant.
Imagine if Progressives in Congress United to Downsize Biden’s Military Budget
Now is the time for these congresspeople to turn their talk into action, write Medea Benjamin and Marcy Winograd.