I don't think there has been a day gone by in the past couple of years that there hasn't been a negative commentary in the media about Iran.
Congressional Republicans are attempting to undo cuts to the military budget. You can take action.
Most of the people who joined the military came from poor and working class families.
More U.S. military force in the Asia-Pacific area is provocative and unnecessary. Instead of building more military bases, we should be closing them.
There is a way to end homelessness among veterans: move the money!
In search of Bin Laden the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency offered immunization shots against Hepatitis B to the poor people of Abbottabad, in Pakistan, as a CIA front program.
Bank of America, Citibank, GE, Exxon Mobil and billionaire CEOs were all found guilty today - on the streets of New York and around the country.
Once again the U.S. is using depleted uranium munition, this time in Libya.
Making major cuts in military spending could not only make a major dent in the national debt, but would also save many lives and put our country on the road to a new international policy of cooperation and mutual problem solving.
How involved is the U.S. military in Yemen, and is the Obama administration laying the groundwork for a new foreign adventure?