Primary election results: a voice for peace in the 2012 elections

Last night was the first big primary night in our work to elect pro-peace candidates in November. There were a lot of tight races, and California’s new top-two primary system brought some [...]

Peace has its rewards

Politicians drive me crazy sometimes. And most Americans are probably right there with me. But we don’t hear enough about the people in Congress who are actually doing the right thing, and are [...]

Tip the scales in Congress

When a US soldier killed 16 Afghan civilians, many of them children, we were again shocked by the ever-escalating brutality of this war. This was another in a long line of signs that we need to [...]