November

Israeli massacre in Gaza provokes outcry

President Bush warmly received Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert at the White House Nov. 13, less than a week after two fateful events: the midterm elections, where U.S. voters repudiated the Iraq war, and the Nov. 8 Israeli shelling of the Gaza Strip village of Beit Hanoun, where at least 18 Palestinian civilians were killed and more than 45 others wounded.

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Iraq war refuser speaks on Veterans Day

CHICAGO — Gathering at the Vietnam Veterans War Memorial alongside the Chicago River to the musical refrains of “I ain’t gonna study war no more,” veterans and their supporters helped bring a distinctly antiwar cast to Veterans Day 2006.

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Peace mandate fuels drive to end Iraq war

The nationwide peace coalition United for Peace and Justice has called for a mass march on Washington Jan. 27 to press the new Congress to “take immediate action to end the war.”

Convert the military-industrial complex

This is the industrial policy of America today: weapons production. It is our #1 industrial export product. And when weapons are your #1 industrial export product, what is your global marketing strategy for that product line? That’s right, endless war.

Antiwar grannies sing at trial

TUCSON, Ariz. — Four local peace activists were sentenced to eight hours of community service Nov. 2 for their part in a nonviolent antiwar protest at the Raytheon Missile Systems Plant south of here March 20, the third anniversary of the U.S. invasion of Iraq.

Action-packed month for peace

The National Youth and Student Peace Coalition (NYSPC) made October an action-packed pre-election month. Congress has the power to end this war, and we say: get out of Iraq or get out of office.