Oh Hollywood, Wherefore Art Thou on Syria?

By: Saturday September 7, 2013 11:30 am

The silence of the sheep? As we teeter on the brink of bombing Syria, there is a huge void, a vast emptiness, a vacuum. We have no hot air, no rousing speeches nor paparazzi photo ops. Celebrities are curiously absent from the “Bomb/Don’t Bomb Syria” dialogue.

Kucinich Asks Holder Why Justice Department Is Investigating Antiwar Activists

By: Monday July 25, 2011 7:00 pm

Rep. Dennis Kucinich (D-OH) has written a letter to Attorney General Eric J. Holder expressing concern about an investigation into antiwar activists in Minneapolis and Chicago. The congressman is the latest member of Congress to send Holder a letter on this matter.

A Congress Unwilling to Exercise Its War Powers

By: Saturday June 4, 2011 7:00 pm

The Kucinich Resolution (H.R. Con. Res. 251) aimed to direct the president, pursuant to the War Powers Act, to remove all troops from Libya within fifteen days after the resolution was adopted. It was an attempt to force Congress to exercise the authority that it has under the Constitution to decide when and where troops are deployed for wars and whether or not wars should be launched.

Boehner Assigns Obama to Write Term Paper on Libya, Kucinich War Powers Resolution Fails 148-256

By: Friday June 3, 2011 11:33 am

Boehner’s resolution, which asserts that the President failed to meet its Constitutional responsibilities under the War Powers Act and “provide… a compelling rationale based upon United States national security interests for current United States military activities regarding Libya,” but then says that the President must write a term paper answering various questions about the mission within 2-3 weeks, did pass by a count of 268-145.

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