The ground troops populating the latest left-wing protest movements? Some of them are actually former ground troops.
In a room inside Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Hall & Museum, retired historian and panel moderator John L. Ford Sr. began the largely positive 7th Annual African American Heritage Celebration with scathing words for President Donald Trump.
The Veterans Stand group is once again raising funds for protesters who have been fighting construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline.
U.S. combat veterans who served in Iraq and Afghanistan say they are outraged at the temporary ban on immigration from seven Muslim-majority countries that has blocked visas for Iraqi interpreters who risked their lives to help American troops on the battlefield.
Military veterans throw support behind Standing Rock protesters after Trump signs Dakota Access pipeline memo
A U.S. military veterans group announced new efforts to support the Standing Rock Native American tribe and protesters who oppose completion of the Dakota Access pipeline, just days after President Donald Trump took action to move the project forward.
Jeffrey Buchalter was reflooring his foyer in Chesapeake Beach, Md., and listening to MSNBC over the weekend when he heard the news
The “One Small Town” campaign will focus on partnering with communities, groups, councils and individuals who have the desire to actively participate in building an economy that will allow local communities to share, create and thrive.
It took two tours in Iraq for Shelly Goode-Burgoyne to change her mind about women in combat.
I thought Trump was going to win because I’ve seen it happen before. There are certain points in history when people lose a sense of their place in the world, and then they’ll go with the first person who offers them a return to an imaginary past. Americans’ basic understanding of who they are as […]
Mr. Dylan said “these songs didn’t just come out of thin air.”
In the back reaches of the Dakota Access Pipeline protest camp, U.S. military veterans, armed with saws, hammers and other tools, are quietly building barracks, an infirmary and a mess hall.
Totalitarian and dictatorial style make me think this guide to survival is going to helpful — Farrell If the sleep of reason produces monsters, what does the sleep of unreason produce?–Guillermo Cabrera Infante Sanity One of the people I enjoy reading and listening to is Masha Gessen. I’ve written about her work before as an […]
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Freedom of Press Charged with Crime for Exposing Oil Company Executives Who Paid for Attack Dogs to Bite and Bloody Native Americans Who Non-Violently Protested Destroying of Native Lands for Profits
“A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.” — Bill of Rights, Second Amendment to the Constitution of the United States “I like guns. I do not expect to have to use mine to defend the […]
U.S. Air Force Academy becomes first military participant in Firewise Communities/USA® Recognition Program
The National Fire Protection Association’s (NFPA) Firewise® Communities Program has reached a milestone in announcing the U.S. Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Colorado is the first military installation to earn recognition as a Firewise Communities/USA® site.
Padraig Pearse supposedly whistled as he faced the firing squad; since a British Sergeant Major described that in his diary, it’s got a good chance of being true; be nice to know what tune it was. Tipperary? Rising of the Moon? It’s the kind of grace note that belongs in a movie, perhaps with Bono playing Pearse.
On Saturday, a worldwide March Against Monsanto is planned in 38 countries and 428 cities
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Where one lives in the U.S. influences our dramatically varied experiences of America as illustrated by the deep and lingering differences between the American North and South.
Be proud of your choices; they have consequences.
Guardian’s Glenn Greenwald talks to Edward Snowden, the source behind the NSA files about his motives for the biggest intelligence leak in a generation.
These new CFLs will make many people sick, by emitting radio frequency radiation that contributes to dirty electricity…
We, the people, still believe that enduring security and lasting peace do not require perpetual war.
There’s a reason why the 1% run the country, and the 99% can’t seem to make any progress. Yes, there are plenty of successful Americans, who have made their own wealth and deserve it, but if you are thinking right now about conspiracy theories and far-fetched delusions of grandeur, think again. This perpetual anti-cultural, anti-free thinking U.S. Government is on a real mission and the following examples of enslavement are just the tip of the iceberg.
Our spotters in the USA and Canada will provide us with notice well in advance if coal trains are moving anywhere on the New Westminster Subdivision on May 5th. We ask you to stand down all coal traffic on this day in order to avoid a confrontation at mile 122 and potential disruption of passenger rail service.
The facility is the largest photovoltaic plant in the country, and its one million solar panels power 17,000 homes in California.
The Veterans Canteen Service (VCS) of the Department of Veterans Affairs is piloting two initiatives that should keep nearly 600,000 pounds of kitchen waste out of U.S. landfills in 2012.
Women’s health is equivalent to the canary in the coal mine; when under attack, something is wrong
Scott Walker was infamously caught on tape scheming and bragging to whom Walker believed was a Koch brother on how Walker was going to “drop the bomb” on Wisconsin workers. Now, Walker, still just eight months into his administration, is in full damage-control mode.