Is Diplomacy Turning the Obama Administration Away From War?

by David Keil Western powers and Iran signed a six-month agreement that binds Iran never to develop a nuclear-weapons capability, provides for intrusive inspections of Iranian energy installations, and lifts a small part of the Western sanctions that have harmed the Iranian

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Overpopulation is Neither a Cover Nor a Myth!

by Dr. Lawrence P. Rockwood What does overpopulation have to do with lowering rates of violence? Apparently everything, if one is loose and free with statistics. In his 2011 book, The Better Angels of Our Nature: Why Violence Has Declined, Steven Pinker

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Guns in America: Marketing Military Lethality

by J. Richard Marra Newtown, Connecticut shuddered on December 14, 2012. While the massacre of twenty-six innocents was unexpected, what followed was far from unpredictable. While the victim’s loved ones grieved, the NRA consoled itself with a litany of obfuscation, obstruction, political

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Violence Against Our Environment

by Chris Williams Both the words “environment” and “violence” have so many meanings, that they require some definition of how they can be of use in the context of a struggle for social justice. Regarding the word violence, according to Merriam Webster,

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