Trump, Moon agree to boost South Korean missile capabilities, revise missile treaty amid North Korea’s threats – Reuters
U.S., South Korea differ on readout of Trump and Moon call, the issue is whether they agreed on beginning to talk with North Korea – CBS News
‘THAAD’ gains acceptance in South Korea following Pyongyang’s tests, President Moon gives the go-ahead for completion of the antimissile battery – WSJ
Here in Charlottesville, Virginia, I like to point out that the rallies of racists are mostly imported from out of state. It’s tempting to relax comfortably on that assertion, and to reflect on how our great lord and master Thomas Jefferson owned people with more reluctance and inner turmoil than Barack Obama bombing a foreign country or Donald Trump mouthing kind or coherent phrases from a teleprompter.
Reality is a little more troubling. Jefferson was a vicious and heartless profiteer and racist
Alice and Lincoln Day have produced an amazing film about the impact of war on the natural environment, which fits perfectly with World Beyond War’s upcoming conference on that theme. Scarred Lands and Wounded Lives was produced between 2006 and 2007 in Australia, California, Vermont,
Black-clad Antifa members attack peaceful right-wing demonstrators that marched for a “Rally Against Hate” gathering in Berkeley – The Washington Post
Patriot Prayer’s free speech rally falsely condemned as “white supremacist” (VIDEO) – legalinsurrection.com
Trump retweets D’Souza about Antifa-sparked violence at Berkeley claiming the president was right about left-wing violence – newsmax.com
On Speaking Truth to Empire on KFCF 88.1 FM Free Speech Radio for Central California. Dan Yaseen interviews Ray McGovern. Ray is a veteran CIA officer turned political activist. Ray was a CIA analyst for 27 years, from the administration of John F. Kennedy to that of George H. W. Bush. Ray’s duties included chairing National Intelligence Estimates and preparing the President’s
On Monday, August 21, President Donald Trump delivered a prime-time speech almost shocking in its ordinariness. It was such an address as either of his immediate predecessors, George W. Bush or Barack Obama, could easily have given over the previous decade and a half. While hinting at nebulous new strategies and ill-defined new metrics to measure success, President Trump announced that the 17 year old war in Afghanistan will go on pretty much as it has. And the establishment breathed a sigh of
Jim Mattis, in Ukraine, says U.S. is thinking of sending weapons, vows to help the country stand up to Russia – The New York Times
US to boost Ukrainian army and retain Russia sanctions until it stops supporting rebels and returns Crimea, Mattis says in Kiev – Daily Sabah
TRANSCRIPT: Secretary Mattis joint press conference with Ukrainian President Poroshenko – U.S. Department of Defense
Opinion: For the U.S. arming Ukraine could be a deadly mistake, it is walking into a proxy war with Moscow — one that it is unprepared to win – The New York Times
September 22-24 Conference in Washington, D.C.
Just following the International Day of Peace, and in the tradition of No War 2016: Real Security Without Terrorism, and the best speech any U.S. president ever gave, this year’s conference will focus on activism, including activist planning workshops, addressing how the antiwar and environmental movements can work together.
We encourage and can help you to hold similar events in other locations, and this event will be livestreamed so that other events can watch it.