fix articles 24306, gis
Venezuela: Chavez set for win as campaign pushes socialist transformation (tags)
“It would be easier for 100 camels to pass through the eye of a needle than for [the capitalist class] to win the election”, said Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez speaking at the Caracas Municipal Theatre on August 15.
Reviewing Marjorie Cohn and Kathleen Gilberd's "Rules of Disengagement" (tags)
Right of GIs to refuse to fight in illegal wars
Who are the Murderers of Children? (tags)
On the 5th anniversary of the Korean patriotic child martryds at the hands of the US imperialists.
GI resistance today: New challenges ahead (tags)
Today’s anti-militarist GI confronts a military that has changed enormously since the first Gulf War 15 years ago. The behemoth conscript military of the Vietnam era, with 4 million-plus GIs, bears little resemblance to today’s model.
Chief Chickenhawk still backs Warlord Don (tags)
Despite increasing calls--even from the normally spineless Congress--for the head of "Secretary of Offense" to roll, the White House occupier insists that the Pentagon Warlord is "doing a fine job" and wants him to stay for "4 more years" in running the U.S. "Operation Enduring FAILURE"...
GI Fightback (tags)
A site for anti-war GIs
The Death of Sgt. Van Dale Todd (tags)
Are Iraq veterans going to be treated the way Vietnam veterans were?
"I saw the destroyed villages, I saw lives destroyed by what happened there" (tags)
feature articles from the new Traveling Soldier, an anti-war newsletter for GIs
The Ultimate Betrayal (tags)
The newspapers on December 30 reported that 477 American GIs had died in the war. But what is not usually reported is that for every death there are four or five men and women seriously wounded. The term "seriously wounded" does not begin to convey the horror. Sergeant Feldbusch's mother, Charlene Feldbusch, who, along with his father, virtually lived at his bedside for two months, one day saw a young woman soldier crawling past her in the corridor. She had no legs, and her three-year-old son was trailing behind. These people pay the price because Americans lack the courage to throw the lying government out on its ass. Every one of those crippled kids looks at America with one message in their eyes, "You could have stopped this, but didn't".
The Real Deal on Iraq (tags)
This e-mail received from a good friend and he vouches for the authenticity of the message. As you read this, think about the murder rate on the streets of every metroplex in this nation. Summed up -- very likely in the double digits-daily. So why is there not the outrage exhibited by the Liberals in the media to match their outrage about our forces in Iraq? Do you suppose it is safer for our troops on the streets of Baghdad than it is for us on the streets of our large cities? Or is it the Vietnam card being replayed?