Saudi Arabia Blackmailed the UN For Removal From Children's Rights Report

Last week, we reported that the UN added a U.S.-backed Saudi-led military coalition to a list of children’s rights violators in its annual report on Children and Armed Conflict (CAAC) in response [...]

Grassroots Power at Work: U.S. Ends Transfer of Cluster Bombs to Saudi Arabia

Today, in the latest shift in U.S. policy towards Saudi Arabia, the White House put a hold on the transfer of cluster munitions to the Kingdom. For decades, the U.S. has approved massive arms [...]

Enough With The Cluster Bombs

Josh Lyman, a character in the popular political show The West Wing, once said, “I realize as an adult that not everyone shares my view of the world. And with an issue as hot as gun control, [...]

#NotATarget: UN to Discuss Civilian Strikes

Talk about a new normal. In this era of war throughout the world, it’s a sad trend that there seems to be an attack on a civilian target that should be inviolate on at least a weekly basis. [...]

The U.S. Role in the War in Yemen

In March 2015, a 10-nation coalition led by Saudi Arabia began bombing Yemen, and has been ever since. As the world’s attention has focused on the Syrian Civil War, which absolutely deserves our [...]

Be a Patriot, Uphold the Constitution: Save Obama From His Tortured Justifications For Drone Strikes, Kill Lists and Targeted Assassinations

–Kevin Martin, Executive Director My cousin David has a cool used record and bookstore in downtown Lancaster, PA (my hometown) called BohoZone, check it out if you visit Lancaster. Bought [...]