In a remarkable, media-savvy protest, First Lieut. Ehren Watada has
refused orders to go to Iraq, claiming the war and the occupation
violate the Constitution, international law and Army regulations.
The War Tapes, a documentary shot by US soldiers and sanctioned by the military, may turn out to be the most powerful statement against the war to date.
What does it take to motivate young people to meaningful political action? This VideoNation report looks at how three protests drew three very different constituencies.
Laura Flanders leads a panel discussion featuring Hendrik Hertzberg of The New Yorker about the controversial Barack Obama cover.
Appearing on Good Morning America, John Edwards speaks out against false claims that Barack Obama has flip-flopped on Iraq.
Nation magazine contributor Kai Wright discusses his July 14 article about the mortgage crisis and its effect on the black middle class.
Fox's long history of racism is nothing new, but it has been particularly egregious when it comes to their coverage of the Obamas.
Nation contributer Naomi Klein discusses her book, The Shock Doctrine, and how moments of crisis are seen as moments to act.
Stephen Colbert suggests that playing McCain would be a bigger stretch for the Academy Award nominated movie star.