Brian Becker, National Coordinator of the ANSWER Coalition, explains that U.S. naval exercises near the Korean peninsula in the Yellow Sea are meant to provoke and escalate tension in the region, creating the possibility of a catastrophic war.
Activists mobilized from coast to coast for emergency demonstrations in response to the the latest escalation of hostilities in the Korean Peninsula.
The Obama administration and its South Korean client government led by the rabidly anti-communist President Lee Myung-bak are blaming the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (North Korea) for the latest escalation of hostilities in the Korean Peninsula.
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Since President Obama took office on Jan. 20, 2009, 577 U.S. troops have perished there. In just 19 months, the Afghan war under Obama has claimed more U.S. lives than the previous administration’s entire 88-month quagmire.
The Pentagon arranged a photo-op convoy of armored vehicles crossing the Iraqi border into Kuwait—a symbolic convoy of the “last combat brigade” exiting the country. With that, we are told by Washington, we have seen the end of the war in Iraq. But is that really the case?
The San Francisco Labor Council has just passed a resolution in support of Iraq war veteran and accused whistleblower Bradley Manning. This important development comes on the heels of a demonstration this past Sunday outside of the Quantico Marine Base in Virginia, where Manning is being held.
Without the mobilization of people in the streets throughout the country, the reactionary and racist forces that pushed this law through in Arizona would have succeeded.
On July 22, more than 1,500 hotel workers and their supporters marched from the Four Seasons in downtown San Francisco to the Grand Hyatt in protest against the hotel management for refusing to negotiate a decent contract.
Despite a climate of fear created by city officials, more than one thousand people converged in Oakland after the verdict came down in the Oscar Grant case on July 9.