Military Spending

Bloated military spending is out of control. We need to re-prioritize.

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21st Century American Militarism

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Occupation Abroad and Resistance at Home Event Writeup – Iraq Veterans Against the War – Friday, August 2, 2013 Iraq Veterans Against the War’s (IVAW’s) “21st Century American Militarism” plenary panel & fundraising event at the Chicago Temple was well-attended …

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Evanston’s Anti-Drone Resolution PASSED with CAPA’s Help!

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At the May 28th Evanston City Council meeting, Evanston became the third city in the U.S. to ban the use of drones for two years so that Federal and State laws and regulations have a chance to catch up with …

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Hearing on DRONES: CAPA’s Statement to Senate Subcommittee

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= HEARING = Drone Wars: The Constitutional and Counterterrorism Implications of Targeted Killings April 23, 2013 | 4pm Senate Hart Office Building 216 Board Member Michael Lynn composed the following statement for submission to the Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on the …

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Drone Attack on America? Naomi Wolf for the Guardian

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The coming drone attack on America by Naomi Wolf Drones on domestic surveillance duties are already deployed by police and corporations. In time, they will likely be weaponised. People often ask me, in terms of my argument about "ten steps" …

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Shocking Statistics on US Military Spending (from SIPRI)

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Stockholm International Peace Research Institute's very telling document on military expenditure shows how the US prioritizes its resources as compared to the rest of the world. Find the entire report by CLICKING HERE. http://www.sipri.org/research/armaments/milex

Pakistan & Afghanistan Don’t Know What’s Good for Them?

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Click here for this article by Bernard Finel Mirror Imaging in Afghanistan and Pakistan People often ask me why I don’t like Andrew Exum’s work. It is stuff like this. Here is one of his tweets from yesterday:     Andrew …

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Presentation Notes: CAPA’s Hiroshima-Fukushima Speaker 5 August 2012

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    Presentation by Yastel Yamada – Evanston, Illinois, 8/5/12     SLIDE 1         Thank you Chairperson and all of you who have come to hear me speak.  Today I’d like to inform you about what is happening at Fukushima …

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