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There Never Was a Good War or a Bad Peace


Jesse Ventura: Government Can Be Evil

Jesse Ventura is one of the very few figures who has participated in government that I highly respect and admire. Jesse has maintained strong levels of integrity and principle when he easily could have sold out to gain more power and respect from the mainstream. He is an independent and despises both the Republican and [...]

Ron Paul in 2003: Litmus Test for War

In a February 2003 interview on C-SPAN, Congressman Ron Paul explained his litmus test for whether or not a war is worth fighting: if you yourself are willing to lose your life in war or send your kids and grandchildren to war, then you are sincere. Paul demonstrated incredible foresight with the Iraq War and the troubles [...]

We Who Say No to War

“Even when pressed by the demands of inner truth, men do not easily assume the task of opposing their government’s policy, especially in time of war.” ~ Martin Luther King Jr. War is the failure of human interaction. So long as people believe that obliterating and aggressively controlling other human beings increases liberty and security, [...]

The Assassination of an American Teenager

Where do we draw the line? When do we stand up and say enough is enough? When will we see the world through the eyes of those whose lands we forcefully manipulate, invade, and occupy? On October 14, 2011, Abdulrahman Al-awlaki was killed by U.S. airstrikes in Yemen. Al-awlaki was a 16 year old American [...]