A new U.S. war has begun in Iraq and Syria—without Congressional authorization. With Congress in recess and an election coming up, there will be no Congressional vote until November. But it is virtually certain that Congress will vote on an authorization after the election, and that whatever they vote on will pass. What is in the authorization they vote on is something that we can still influence. In the process, we can help put a quick end to this war, preventing it from becoming another endless quagmire. Take Action >
Join Oliver Stone & Noam Chomsky in Supporting Snowden Asylum
The U.S. government’s crackdown on whistleblowers is a direct threat to our efforts to reform U.S. foreign policy to make it more just. If we don't know for sure what the U.S. government is doing, we can’t have an effective democratic debate about what U.S. policy should be.
Faced with the threat of persecution by the U.S, NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden has applied to numerous governments for political asylum. Join Oliver Stone, Noam Chomsky, and Tom Hayden in supporting Snowden’s asylum request by signing the petition below.
Read the full letter to President Correa, along with the current list of signatures, here.
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