Rows of plain black boots and empty pairs of baby shoes and dancing slippers are a mute testament to the American soldiers and Iraqi civilians who have perished in Iraq, as shown in a traveling exhibition sponsored by the American Friends Service Committee.
Fitful efforts to rebuild the Gulf Coast unfold against a backdrop
of looming economic disaster: rising unemployment and interest rates,
misplaced priorities and a recession that will hurt the weakest most.
Student protests against the presence of military recruiters on campus
are on the rise. So are angry--sometimes violent--pushbacks from
conservative students and campus police.
Young Republican activists on campus love George
W. Bush and zealously support the war. But are they willing to fight?
Last week's antiwar rally in Washington sent a
single, unequivocal message: At home and abroad, the Bush
Administration is a complete failure.
Four peace advocates were acquitted of federal
conspiracy charges in connection with a 2003 protest of the Iraq War.
New Orleans was top-of-mind for more than 100,000
peace advocates in Washington who delivered a clear and unified
message, protesting the Bush Administration's war in Iraq and its
callous indifference to the victims of the Gulf Coast hurricanes.
Why are the poorest victims of Hurricane Katrina
being kept out of perfectly livable homes?
Readers respond to poet Sharon Olds's decision to decline Laura Bush's invitation to dine at the White House.