Websites, Information Sources
- Antiwar.com – “Your best source for antiwar news, viewpoints and activities”
- Counterpunch: “America’s best political newsletter”
- Dahr Jamail’s MidEast Dispatches: An independent US reporter and photographer bringing news and photography of the occupation of Iraq back to his country. The truth in pictures and reality.
- Democracy Now!: The War and Peace Report, daily with Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez
- The Nation: Unconventional wisdom.
- The War Comes Home: A project of KPFA. KPFA launched this website in an effort to put a human face on the conflict. Only by truly listening to the stories of soldiers who’ve come home, can we appreciate the realities of war and what we can do to help.
- ZNet: ZNet is a huge website with thousands of files and diverse facilities. Part of Z Communications. The spirit of resistance lives!
- Conspiracy Theory, Fears of Betrayal and Today’s Anti-War Movement by Stephen Philion, CounterPunch.org, February 27, 2008.
- Ending the War Now: A Look at Recent Anti-War Protests (by Jeff Nall: includes mainstream media analysis. (Recommended by Daniel Mathews to the email list)
- Whatever happened to the Anti-War Movement? by Alexander Cockburn: about the dissolution of the anti-war movement. (Recommended by Adam Hudson to the email list)
- Pelosi: Antiwar activism aimed at Democrats “a waste of time” by Dana Milbank (Washington Post), October 10, 2007. (Posted by Adam Hudson to the email list)
- False Pretenses By Charles Lewis and Mark Reading-Smith.
- Following 9/11, President Bush and seven top officials of his administration waged a carefully orchestrated campaign of misinformation about the threat posed by Saddam Hussein’s Iraq.
- The Iraqi Brain Drain by Michael Schwartz and Tom Engelhardt.
- A movement on hold? An interesting (if depressing) article about the state of the US antiwar movement.
- Return of the Winter Soldier: Iraq Vets Prepare Atrocity Testimony
- Riding to War on a Poison Cloud by Dr. G. Sharat Lin, March 12, 2008. The Halabja massacre and its exploitation by the US government.
- When Morality Demands Winter Soldiers: About the “Winter Soldier Investigation”
- Five Years Later, Direct Action to Stop the War Reemerges by Scott Campbell
- Militarism Is Deeply Entrenched in the American Psyche by William Astore. The military is not from Mars. We must understand its endless appeal if we ever hope to change it. Interesting, provocative, analysis of militarism and what anti-war people should do about it.
- Interview of Dahr Jamail by Jeremy Scahill.
- Four Years Later, the Fallout of Iraq By Maya Schenwar, Thursday 17 January 2008. Joe Wheeler, an Iraq vet who suffers from post-traumatic stress disorder, says it’s criminal to call war a “learning experience.”
*This background photo depicts Vietnam War protesters as they marched to the Capitol in April 1971.*