• NO Attack on Iran!
    As responsible citizens in a democracy, we cannot accept the calls for war that would commit crime in our name and leave blood on our hands while driving a spike of oil prices into our barely recovering economy. We call on our elected representatives in Congress and the White House to Stop! Don't do it! Don't attack Iran: It will not make us, Israel or anyone else safer; it will likely spread into a regional war while we are trying to disengage from Iraq an dstill mired in Afghanistan. It will kill many thousands of innocents, damage the air, water and soil for generations, and fuel the spread of nuclear weapons as the only deterrent to attack.
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    Created by Doug Vaughan
  • no more war without paying for it
    No more war without paying for it.
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    Created by ron stocke
  • BRING TROOPS HOME
    With 70% of America believing that we are not accomplishing anywhere near worth the $8 billion per month spent on war--time to bring our troops home from the Middle East.
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    Created by Jeannie Jackson
  • Stop Israel's Misuse of U.S. Supplied Weapons
    2,969 Palestinian civilians were killed by the Israeli military between 2000-2009, many with weapons paid for by American taxpayers. Israel continues to misuse U.S. supplied weapons like white phosphorous and high velocity tear gas canisters against Palestinian civilians in violation of U.S. laws. Ask Members of Congress and President Obama to ensure that laws like the Arms Export Control Act and Foreign Assistance Act are enforced, and work to uphold the human rights of both Palestinians and Israelis.
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    Created by Mike Coogan
  • END THE U.S. EMPIRE & BRING OUR SOLDIERS AND TAX DOLLARS HOME!
    U.S. wars against the people of Afghanistan, Iraq, Pakistan, Somalia, Yemen, Uganda, Syria, Iran, Congo, Central African Republic, and Sudan, plus more than one thousand U.S. military bases around the planet, are now wasting lives and hundreds of billions of dollars, creating even more enemies who want revenge, making us less safe, and only benefiting politicians and their war-profiteering corporate donors. It is time we dismantled this U.S. Empire; brought our soldiers home; and used all those funds here for vital needs such as jobs, housing, education, building a sustainable energy system to reverse catastrophic climate change and repairing our tattered social safety net.
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    Created by ED CIACCIO
  • Ending the war in Afghanistan
    Too many American lives lost, in an undeclared war, to support a corrupt government. The Soviets broke their own backs in Afghanistan...must we?
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    Created by Robert W. Woodruff
  • Withdraw 90% of America's troops
    We are spending far too much money trying to be tin badge dictators around the world--at the expense of our citizens
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    Created by steve
  • Waiting for Justice
    To require the Secretary of State to submit to Congress a report on efforts to bring to justice the Palestinian terrorists who killed John Branchizio, Mark Parson, and John Marin Linde. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, (1) On October 15, 2003, a convoy of clearly identified United States diplomatic vehicles was attacked by Palestinian terrorists in Gaza resulting in the deaths of John Branchizio, Mark Parson, and John Marin Linde, and the injury of a fourth American. (2) John Branchizio, Mark Parson, and John Marin Linde were contract employees providing security to United States diplomatic personnel who were visiting Gaza in order to identify potential Palestinian candidates for scholarships under the Fulbright Program. (3) Senior officials of the Palestinian Authority have stated that they were aware of the identities of the Palestinian terrorists who killed John Branchizio, Mark Parson, and John Marin Linde. (4) Following her visit to Israel and the West Bank on February 7, 2005, Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice announced that she had been "assured by President Abbas of the Palestinian Authority's intention to bring justice to those who murdered three American personnel in the Gaza in 2003." (5) Since the bombing on October 15, 2003, United States Government personnel have been prohibited from all travel in Gaza. (7) The Palestinian terrorists who killed John Branchizio, Mark Parson, and John Marin Linde have still not been brought to justice. (1) the continued inability or unwillingness of the Palestinian Authority to actively and aggressively pursue the Palestinian terrorists who killed John Branchizio, Mark Parsons, and John Marin Linde and bring them to justice calls into question the Palestinian Authority's suitability as a partner for the United States in diplomatic efforts to resolve the Palestinian-Israeli conflict; (2) future United States assistance to the Palestinian Authority may be suspended or conditioned, and the continued operation of the PLO Representative Office in Washington may be jeopardized, if the Palestinian Authority does not fully and effectively cooperate in bringing to justice the Palestinian terrorists who killed John Branchizio, Mark Parson, and John Marin Linde; and (3) it is in the vital national security interest of the United States to safeguard, to the greatest extent possible consistent with their mission, United States diplomats and all embassy and consulate personnel, and to use the full power of the United States to bring to justice any individual or entity that threatens, jeopardizes, or harms them. (1) efforts by the United States to bring to justice the Palestinian terrorists who killed John Branchizio, Mark Parson, and John Marin Linde; (D) the degree of cooperation between the United States and the Palestinian Authority in regards to this case; (3) a specific assessment by the Secretary of whether the Palestinian efforts described in paragraph (2) constitute the best possible effort by the Palestinian Authority; and (4) any additional steps or initiatives requested or recommended by the United States that were not pursued by the Palestinian Authority.
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    Created by Catherine Parons-Tyukody
  • Taking care of our own
    Any armed involvement created by our leaders must: Be approved by our elected leaders. Be important enough to reflect our values. Be supported by an emergency draft. Protect those who serve by: insuring them a job and a place to live when they return insuring them educational and/or financial support when they return.
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    Created by Barry SAmuels
  • Help North Korea
    Starvation in North Korea
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    Created by Dean C Bailey
  • AFGHANISTAN
    IMMEDIATE WITHDRAWAL OF US TROOPS FROM AFGHANISTAN
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    Created by Robert Schwind
  • End the War and Drone Attacks
    The USA invaded Iraq on lies. We also invaded Afghanistan to get the 9/11 culprits but we have stayed for ten years and changed the mission repeatedly. The Afghanistan occupation is costing us about $2 billion per week. Meanwhile, we have some in Congress willing to cut from the people with no cuts from war and military.
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    Created by Walt Seely