Category: Law

Bombing of Baghdad

War Powers Reform and the Pretense Thereof

I don’t like the downsides in these bills at all. I think they’re horrific, disgraceful, and absolutely indefensible. But I think they’re outweighed by the upsides, even in the Senate bill, though the House one is better. Yet, clearly best of all would be for Congress to make use of any of these things, either one of the new bills or the law as it exists today.

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Remember the Kellogg-Briand Pact

The West Suburban Peace Coalition (WSPC) has announced the winners of the 2021 Peace Essay Contest. Contestants submitted essays answering the question ‘How can we obey the Kellogg-Briand Pact of 1928, the law that outlawed war?’ 

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New Yorkers Rally for Drone Whistleblower Daniel Hale

A press conference was held on Saturday, July 17th on the High Line in New York City to support former Air Force “intelligence” analyst Daniel E. Hale, who faces 10 years in prison on July 27 after releasing government documents revealing atrocities of the U.S. drone program and details of its inner workings, such as the creation of “kill” lists.

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