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 [...]

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 [...]