Justin Raimondo, RIP

On Thursday, June 27, Justin Raimondo passed away after a long battle with lung cancer. He was 67. Justin was a lifelong fighter for peace and liberty. In 1995, he co-founded Antiwar.com with Eric Garris. He served as Antiwar.com's editorial director and top columnist, writing over 3,000 articles for the website. He can never be replaced and will be missed by countless numbers of fans and followers. Read his Antiwar.com obituary here. More remembrances will follow in the days to come.

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Antiwar.com's Justin Raimondo Dies at 67
Senate to Vote Friday on Trump Iran War Authority
  Bipartisan House Amendment Would Block Iran Strike
  Senate Advances Bill to Push Back on Trump's Saudi Arms Sales
  Poll Shows Strong Majority of Americans Oppose Attacking Iran
Trump on Iran War: 'I Don't Need Exit Strategies'
  UAE: 'We Don't Have Evidence' That Iran Carried Out Tanker Attacks
  Trump Says 'No Boots on the Ground' for Iran War
  FM Reiterates: Iran Will Never Seek a Nuclear Weapon
  Iran Says Saving Nuclear Deal Not Its Problem
Pompeo: US Prepared To Exit Afghanistan
  US Military Says 2 Service Members Killed in Afghanistan Ambush
NATO Demands Russia Destroy Cruise Missiles
  Council of Europe Restores Russia's Voting Rights
NYT Admits It Sent Story to Govt for Approval
Twin Suicide Attacks Rock Tunisia
Israeli Ambassador: Palestinians Must Accept Surrender
1/3 in US Support Preemptive Nuke Strike on North Korea
item Korean War at 69: Truman, Treaties, and Bricker Amendment  by Joseph Stromberg
item Arms Dealers & Lobbyists Get Rich as Yemen Burns  by Barbara Boland
item Trump May Be in Too Deep to Avoid War With Iran  by Patrick Cockburn
item Shine, Perishing Republic  by Justin Raimondo
item The Donald's Latest Iranian Caper – Sh*t-Faced Stupidity  by David Stockman
item One Cheer for Trump on Iran  by Thomas Knapp

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