– and now is the time to double the impact of your contribution to the cause of peace.

We're back in Iraq, bombing Syria, and now the War Party is targeting Iran. The lessons of the last Middle Eastern war, far from being learned, are being unlearned – and the need for has never been greater.

That's why this fundraising campaign is so important. It comes at a crucial time. So crucial that a group of generous donors has pledged $33,000 – provided we can match it in smaller donations.

We need to redouble our efforts to counter the war propaganda coming out of the "mainstream" media 24/7 – but we simply cannot do it without your help.

Don't let the War Party drag us down into another bottomless abyss. Make your tax-deductible donation today.

Original Blog US Casualties Iraqi Casualties Contact Donate

Updated May 18, 2015 - 11:27 PM EDT
Elite Iraqi Units Abandon Ramadi in Big ISIS Win
  US: We'll Just Help Iraq Retake Ramadi Later
  ISIS Consolidates Grip on Ramadi; Executions Reported
  US Hypes 'Treasure Trove' of Intel From ISIS Raid
Truce Expires, Saudis Resume Bombing Yemen
  62 Killed in Yemen Clashes Before Ceasefire Ends
  US Officials Predict Saudis Will Buy Pakistani Nukes
US Drone Strike Kills Five in North Waziristan
Netanyahu: Answer to Terrorism Is More Settlements
New Military Bill Expands Empire But Forbids Debate on War  by Ron Paul
How the US Treasury Department Promotes Israel's Propaganda Lines  by Gareth Porter
Greatest Threat to Free Speech Comes From Those Claiming to Fight Terrorism  by Glenn Greenwald
Litmus Test: Will Patriot Act Spying Continue?  by Justin Raimondo
The Media's Disgraceful Reaction to Hersh's bin Laden Scoop  by Trevor Timm
Snooping Goes Far Beyond the NSA's Phone-Record Dragnet  by Jacob Sullum

More Viewpoints

Proposed Surveillance Limits Could Force US to 'Go Dark', Says Mitch McConnell
Thomas Drake: We're All Foreigners Now When It Comes to Surveillance
Moldova Rally Urges Reunification With Romania
US Senator Mccain Turns Down Ukraine Advisor Role
Colombia Shelves Its Air War on Cocaine
Syria Air Raids Kill 48 Civilians in Idlib
Syrian Forces Kill 40 ISIS Militants in Deir Al-Zour
Syria Army Pushes ISIS Back From Ancient Palmyra
Turkey Says Shot Down Helicopter, While Syrian TV Says It Was Drone
The Syrian Comedy Troupe That Isn't Afraid to Poke Fun at ISIS
Fighting Continues in Ramadi; 138 Killed Across Iraq
Iraqi Sunnis Flee Anbar Only to Find New Dangers in Baghdad
The Grim Reality of Life Under ISIS in Iraq
Car Bombs Kill 10 Iraqi Troops in Ramadi
ISIS: The Brides Brainwashed Into Becoming Suicide Bombers
Iran Aid Ship to Dock in Yemen Thursday, Captain Says
At Least 10 Killed in Overnight Fighting in Yemen's Taiz
UN Envoy Appeals for Truce Extension in War-Damaged Yemen
Fate of Jailed and Missing Americans Hangs Over Iran Talks
Iran Foreign Minister: 'We Will Have Differences With US No Matter What'
Supreme Leader Accuses US of Making Gulf Region 'Insecure'
Palestine and the Vatican
Vatican Casts Light on Palestinian Christians
Pope Canonizes First Palestinian Nuns in Historic Sunday Service
Pope Calls Palestinian Leader 'Angel of Peace' During Visit
New Coalition Won't Last, Says Likud's Hanegbi
Police Clash With Palestinians as Israelis March for 'Jerusalem Day'
Village of Bedouins Faces Eviction as Israel Envisions Village of Jews
A Celebration of Jerusalem's Unification Points Up Its Divisions
Police Refuse Permit for Alternative Festival in Negev
Netanyahu Says Not Too Late to Stop Iran Nuclear Deal
Nasrallah Dismisses Rumored Ill-Health as 'Psychological Warfare'
Hezbollah Deploys Weapon, a Press Tour, on the Syrian Front
Jordanian Interior Minister Resigns
US Envoy to Hold Talks With Russia on Peace Deal for Ukraine
In Ukraine, Corruption Concerns Linger a Year After a Revolution
Wiretap Scandal Brings 1000s Out Against Macedonian Leader
Russia Accuses West of Trying to Destabilize Macedonia
Royal Navy Investigates Trident Whistleblower Who Says Program Is a 'Disaster Waiting to Happen'
Secret UK Files Reveal Police Feared That Trekkies Could Turn on Society
The War at Home
Three US Anti-Nuclear Activists Released
Tsarnaev Could Be First Terrorist Executed in US Since 9/11
1 Marine Dead, 21 Hospitalized After Osprey's Hard Landing in Hawaii
From Batsuits to Magic Carpets, Pentagon Shows Off New Toys
Military Pushes for Emergency Robots as Skeptics Worry About Lethal Uses
Battleground 2016
Republicans Debate Iraq War at Major Iowa Gathering
Rand Paul Would Not Abolish the NSA
Graham: 'I Blame Obama for Iraq, Not Bush'
Iraq War Judged a Mistake by Today's White House Hopefuls
US 'Deeply Concerned' Over Morsi Death Sentence Bid by Egyptian Court
For Sisi, Executing Morsi Has Its Benefits and Drawbacks
Gunmen Kill 3 Judges in Egypt's Sinai Hours After Morsi's Death Sentence
7 Suspected Militants Killed in North Sinai
Egypt Executes Six Men Convicted of Killing Soldiers After 'Grossly Unfair' Trial
ISIS Recruits as Tunisia Grapples With Freedoms
The Middle-Class Islamists Behind Tunisia's Museum Attack
Girl Suicide Bomber Kills Seven, Wounds 31 in Northeast Nigeria
Nigerian Military Says It Destroyed 10 Boko Haram Camps
Burundi's Nkurunziza Warns of Al-Shabab After Coup Fails
Mali Separatist Tuareg Rebel Group Boycotts Peace Deal
400 Europe-Bound Migrants Held in Libya Dawn Raid
Afghan Forces Straining to Keep the Expanding Taliban at Bay
Car Bomb on EU Vehicle Kills at Least 3 in Afghan Capital
Afghan Official Says Taliban Block Roads, Kidnap Civilians
US, China Clash Over Disputed South China Sea
China Making Long-Range Missiles More Powerful
China Indicts Rights Lawyer After US Plea for Release
Migrants in 'Maritime Ping-Pong' as Asian Nations Turn Them Back
Myanmar Denies Responsibility for Migrant Boat Crisis
Vietnam Opposes Chinese Fishing Ban in Disputed Sea
Bodies of 6 US Marines, 2 Nepalese in Helicopter Crash Identified
France Calls for 'Fairer' Asylum Seeker Distribution Within EU
Former Military Base in Albania to Become Tourist Destination
El Salvador Is on Pace to Become Hemisphere's Most Deadly Nation
Cuba Says Migrants Aboard US Ship Allowed Back Into Country
Read more

Justin Raimondo
Litmus Test: Will Patriot Act Spying Continue?

Lucy Steigerwald
Jackson State and Forgotten History

Ivan Eland
Benghazi Is a Dead End for Republicans

Dan Sanchez
Preventive War and Avengers: Age of Ultron

Nebojsa Malic
Not Quite Goodbye

David R. Henderson
Questioning the Powerful

Ran HaCohen
Yet Another War of Deceit

Additional Contributors
Reproduction of material from any original pages
without written permission is strictly prohibited.
Copyright 2015