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  • Shock Poll: Is Russia Friend Or Foe?

    According to a recent NBC News poll, two-thirds of Americans are worried about a major war breaking out, and while among all respondents Russia is considered a foe, young people by a near three-fourth’s majority do not believe Russia to be a foe. The propaganda of the mainstream media has less of an effect on … Continue reading "Shock Poll: Is Russia Friend Or Foe?"

  • Ron Paul: End Unlimited Presidential War Power

    Interviewed Tuesday by host Kennedy at Fox Business regarding efforts by United States House of Representatives members to limit US wars overseas, former House member Ron Paul (R-TX) agreed with Kennedy’s assessment that the ability to unilaterally pursue war is “the most egregious area where there is too much power concentrated in the presidency.” Paul … Continue reading "Ron Paul: End Unlimited ...

  • CIA Weapons Pause In Syria – Are We Backing Off… Or Escalating?

    For the past couple of weeks the CIA weapons smuggling operation to Syrian rebels has been on hold, according to press reports. Does this mean Trump’s sensible “we don’t know who these people are” statement during the campaign has become policy? We hope that is the case. However, the current Commander of the US Central … Continue reading "CIA Weapons Pause In Syria – Are We Backing Off… Or Escalat...

  • Ambassador Nikki Haley Is Completely Clueless

    Just when we thought the great national embarrassment of a UN Ambassador Samantha Power was over, we are suddenly faced with a new US Ambassador to the United Nations, Nikki Haley, who almost makes Ms. Power look like a giant in world affairs and diplomacy. Addressing the UN Security Council Open Debate on Conflicts in … Continue reading "Ambassador Nikki Haley Is Completely Clueless"

  • Ron Paul on McMaster To NSC – More Troops To Middle East?

    President Trump’s pick for National Security Advisor, Gen. H.R. McMaster, holds some views on Russia that seem to be at odds with the policy positions of his boss. He believes that Russian “aggression” began when the US began to withdraw from the world militarily, around 2008. He believes the US military needs to be more … Continue reading "Ron Paul on McMaster To NSC – More Troops To Middle East?...

  • The US Military’s Limited Critique of Itself Ensures Future Disasters

    President Trump has selected Army Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster to be his new National Security Adviser. McMaster is a “warrior” and a true believer in military power, applied intelligently, that is. He has been highly critical of political power brokers in Washington, DC, and wrote a book on the mishandling of the military during the … Continue reading "The US Military’s Limited Critique of Itself Ensur...

  • Daniel McAdams: Trump’s NSC Pick McMaster Is a Major Hawk

    Earlier today, President Trump selected Gen. H.R. McMaster to be his National Security Advisor, replacing the short-lived Gen. Michael Flynn. Those breathing a sigh of relief that the rumored favorite John Bolton didn’t get the nod may want to hold that thought – and their breath. McMaster is not the man to guide President Trump … Continue reading "Daniel McAdams: Trump’s NSC Pick McMaster Is a Ma...

  • Ron Paul on More Troops: Why Trump’s ISIS Strategy Will Fail

    After nearly 14 years of US military action in Iraq, significant parts of the country remain occupied by an ISIS that did not exist before the 2013 US “liberation.” The occupation that followed the 2013 US invasion of Iraq fueled the resentment that led to the rise of militants, which in turn led Washington to … Continue reading "Ron Paul on More Troops: Why Trump’s ISIS Strategy Will Fail"

  • Trump’s Foreign Policy: The Good and the Bad in His First 30 Days

    Below are foreign policy highlights and lowlights from the first month of Donald Trump’s presidency. THE GOOD Trump said: “Russia … this is fake news put out by the media … I’m here today to tell you the whole Russian thing, that’s a ruse." "It’s going to be impossible for [me] to ever get along … Continue reading "Trump’s Foreign Policy: The Good and the Bad in His First 30 Days"

  • The Cancer of War: US Used Depleted Uranium in Syria

    Despite vowing not to use depleted uranium (DU) weapons in its military action in Syria, the US government has now admitted that it has fired thousands of the deadly rounds into Syrian territory. As Foreign Policy Magazine reports: US Central Command (CENTCOM) spokesman Maj. Josh Jacques told Airwars and Foreign Policy that 5,265 armor-piercing 30 … Continue reading "The Cancer of War: US Used Dep...

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  • Col. Ann Wright: Why I Support Tulsi Gabbard Going to Syria

    I served my country for 29 years in the U.S. Army/ Army Reserves and retired as a colonel. I also served 16 years in the U.S. diplomatic corps in U.S. Embassies in Nicaragua, Grenada, Somalia, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, Sierra Leone, Micronesia, Afghanistan and Mongolia. I resigned from the U.S. government 13 years ago in March 2003 … Continue reading "Col. Ann Wright: Why I Support Tulsi Gabbard Goi...

  • Is The Intelligence Community At War With Trump? Ron Paul Talks With Phil Giraldi

    It looks like open warfare between the 60,000 member US intelligence community and their boss, President Donald Trump. According to numerous (non-sourced) articles recently, the nation’s intelligence officers are not even giving their president a full briefing out of fear that sensitive material may be leaked to the Russians. Is this a spook coup against … Continue reading "Is The Intelligence Com...

  • Kucinich Pins Flynn Leak on Intel Community, Warns of Another Cold War

    During an interview on the FOX Business Network’s Mornings with Maria, former Democratic presidential candidate Dennis Kucinich said the intelligence community was responsible for leaking information that Trump’s national security advisor, Mike Flynn, had secretly discussed sanctions with Russian officials before the inauguration and argued their goal was to spoil the relationship between the U.S....

  • Gen. Flynn Out At NSC – Ron Paul on Winners and Losers

    Did the CIA conspire to undermine President Trump’s National Security Advisor, Gen. Michael Flynn, by leaking information about a phone call Gen. Flynn had with the Russian ambassador after Trump was the president-elect? The phone call was intercepted by the intelligence community and illegally leaked to the press. Why? Who benefits? What can we expect … Continue reading "Gen. Flynn Out At NSC – R...

  • Let’s Play Journalism, and Make Fake News

    This journalism thingie has gotten so easy, anyone can do it. Let’s play make the fake news funtime! The elderly may remember the Old Journalism. Back in BT (Before Trump) journalists in mainstream outlets had to gather facts (i.e., true things) from sources (people with names who knew true things) that would withstand fact-checking (looking … Continue reading "Let’s Play Journalism, and Make Fake...

  • US Customs To Solve Terrorism by Asking Tourists for Their Social Media Accounts

    The United States government seems to have a real thing for social media and terrorism, stoutly believing if only they could “take out” Twitter the global jihadi movement would collapse. Or something like that. Maybe it’s Instagram? Social Media vs. Jihad But while Trump talks the talk, Obama walked the walk. You may not know … Continue reading "US Customs To Solve Terrorism by Asking Tourists for...

  • Peter Van Buren: Can’t Judge Fake News in the Dark

    This isn’t about Trump. It’s about judging the media, whoever and whatever they report on. It is about reading critically when so much out there is just simply inaccurate. Not maybe inaccurate, pure dead solid perfect stupid. So don’t call me a nazi. Step One is to note if the story you’re reading/seeing is all … Continue reading "Peter Van Buren: Can’t Judge Fake News in the Dark"

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  • ‘Extreme Vetting’: Homeland Security’s Attack On Liberty?

    Gen. John Kelly, Director of the Department of Homeland Security, told Congress yesterday that the Administration is considering even more “extreme” vetting measures, to possibly include demands for passwords and information about web browsing habits. For now, these measures would only apply to those coming from the seven countries included in the temporary visa ban, … Continue reading "‘Extreme V...

  • Elliott Abrams To State Dept? You Can’t Be Serious, says Ron Paul

    Hardline neocon Elliott Abrams is rumored to be under consideration for Deputy Secretary of State in the Trump Administration. He is meeting President Trump today. Abrams has never seen a war, intervention, or regime change that he hasn’t enthusiastically endorsed. Each of the policies he has endorsed has ended up in disaster. Libya? Afghanistan? Iraq? … Continue reading "Elliott Abrams To State D...


    TO: ALL PEACE ADVOCATESFROM: THE STAFF OF ANTIWAR.COMRE: STOP ELLIOTT ABRAMS! Dear friend of, The news that President Trump is seriously considering neoconservative Elliott Abrams for the key position of Deputy Secretary of State should alarm all Americans who want to "avoid the mistakes of the past," as Trump put it in his major … Continue reading "STOP ELLIOTT ABRAMS!"

  • Rep. Maxine Waters: Trump Must Be Impeached Because Putin Invaded Korea!

    It is often not fully understood just how ignorant most US Representatives are when it comes to the finer details of foreign policy. Members get their news from an even narrower pool of information than many Americans, who are by and large abandoning the mainstream media. They read the Washington Post or they rely on … Continue reading "Rep. Maxine Waters: Trump Must Be Impeached Because Putin Inv...

  • David Stockman Challenges Trump Administration’s Militarism: Video

    In a recent interview at CNN, David Stockman, who is a Ron Paul Institute Advisory Board member and was director of the Office of Management and Budget during the Reagan administration, critiqued the Trump administration for pushing militarism and the drug war that fuel the problems they are supposedly fighting. Stockman explains that “we’re bombing, … Continue reading "David Stockman Challenges T...

  • Ron Paul on Business As Usual – Is Trump’s Foreign Policy Just More Bush And Obama?

    The last two weeks have been quite a disappointment for those who expected President Trump to make a clear break with the interventionist, warmongering foreign policy of his two immediate predecessors. The Trump Administration threatened Iran several times – including bizarrely putting the country “on notice” – conducted more than 150 drone strikes, launched a … Continue reading "Ron Paul on Busin...

  • About That Intel ‘Treasure Trove’ From Trump’s Yemen Raid…

    Shortly after the President Trump-authorized commando raid on Yemen, Fox News led the mainstream media in reporting on the great “treasure trove” of intelligence that was seized at the compound. With the claimed killing of a senior al-Qaeda official, the mission was proclaimed a success. Soon the initial triumphalist reporting on the raid gave way … Continue reading "About That Intel ‘Treasure Tro...

  • New UN Ambassador Threatens Russia Over Ukraine Violence, Demands ‘Return of Crimea’

    What a week in US foreign policy! First President Trump approves a commando raid in Yemen that was a total fiasco, leaving one US soldier and scores of innocent women and children dead. Then Trump’s Iran-obsessed National Security Advisor, Gen. Michael Flynn, hijacks a White House Press conference to put Iran “on notice” over its … Continue reading "New UN Ambassador Threatens Russia Over Ukraine ...

  • Ron Paul: Iran ‘On Notice’ – Will Trump Pull The Trigger?

    Does President Trump’s National Security Advisor, Gen. Michael Flynn, realize that both his reasons for putting Iran “on notice” are completely bogus? Iran’s test firing a ballistic missile is not a violation of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action or the related UN resolution. And the Yemeni Houthi attack on a Saudi naval vessel had … Continue reading "Ron Paul: Iran ‘On Notice’ – Will Trump Pu...

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  • What Will Rex Tillerson Inherit at the State Department?

    The media has been aflame recently trying to stretch the facts — personnel changes and some unhappy employees in the midst of a major governmental transition — to fit the narrative of a State Department on the verge of collapse. But while rumors of the State Department’s demise are largely exaggerated, the organization may yet … Continue reading "What Will Rex Tillerson Inherit at the State Depart...

  • War Drums: Trump’s National Security Advisor Threatens Iran

    It wasn’t hard to see this coming. President Trump’s National Security Advisor, Gen. Michael Flynn, delivered a clear threat to the government of Iran today, ominously stating that “as of this day, we are officially putting Iran on notice.” What is less clear is the the General’s rationale for issuing the threat. Flynn cites two … Continue reading "War Drums: Trump’s National Security Advisor Thre...

  • Droning On: More US Bombs On Yemen?

    Why is President Trump continuing the failed Middle East policy of President Obama? Last weekend’s drone strike on Yemen was supposedly aimed at al-Qaeda operatives, but it also killed a significant number of innocent women and children. And al-Qaeda? They are the greatest beneficiaries of the US-backed Saudi war against Yemen. We are supposedly fighting … Continue reading "Droning On: More US Bom...

  • The McCain Malady

    You know you are in the presence of an emotional affect when there is not even the pretense of rationality to someone’s crazed outburst, not so much as a veneer or patina of sensibility. But then John McCain has always been like that, hotheaded and short-fused. Still, in his response to Trump’s executive order on … Continue reading "The McCain Malady"

  • Ron Paul on Trump’s Travel Ban: Targeting Terrorism… Or Iran?

    President Trump’s recent Executive Order banning entry to citizens of seven mostly-Muslim countries for 90 days has sparked protest and outrage. Lost in the din created by the protests is the fact that these seven countries have something in common: they have been targeted by the US for bombs or regime change. Where Iraq and … Continue reading "Ron Paul on Trump’s Travel Ban: Targeting Terrorism… ...

  • Is Rachel Maddow Becoming a Liberal Glenn Beck?

    When Rachel Maddow finished a 26-minute monologue that spanned two segments on her MSNBC program last Thursday night, her grave tones indicated that she thought she’d just delivered a whale of a story. But actually it was more like minnow – and a specious one at that. Convoluted and labored, Maddow’s narrative tried to make … Continue reading "Is Rachel Maddow Becoming a Liberal Glenn Beck?"

  • Pre-Emptive Attack Iran Bill Active in US House

    You will often see potentially important pieces of legislation languish in the US House. A bill will remain active, meaning that it can be brought to the Floor at any time. But it flies just under the radar. Other times the language floats around Washington for years until a “crisis” necessitates its activation and passage. … Continue reading "Pre-Emptive Attack Iran Bill Active in US House"

  • The Week in War Episode One: Manning, Trump, and Marching Ladies

    Angela Keaton and Lucy Steigerwald take a crack at what we hope will be a brand new, weekly podcast for the site. We’ll talk war, antiwar, police, imperialism, and all that chipper stuff. In episode one, Keaton and Steigerwald talk Chelsea Manning, new President Trump, and whether the women of this week’s marches are allies, … Continue reading "The Week in War Episode One: Manning, Trump, and Marc...

  • Ron Paul and Stephen Kinzer on the Birth of The American Empire

    How did the US empire begin? In his important new book, The True Flag: Theodore Roosevelt, Mark Twain, and the Birth of American Empire, Stephen Kinzer tells the story of the nationwide debate in 1898 over whether the US should attempt to intervene in the affairs of the rest of the world. Is that debate … Continue reading "Ron Paul and Stephen Kinzer on the Birth of The American Empire"

  • Those ‘Resignations’: What Really Happened at the State Department

    Yesterday (Thursday) at the State Department five officials resigned or retired. Another one today. The media has gone near-insane, claiming State is crumbling in protest under the Trump administration. This is not true. What happened at State is very routine. Leaving the Department are head of the Management Bureau Pat Kennedy (above), Assistant Secretary of … Continue reading "Those ‘Resignation...

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  • Al-Qaeda: ‘America Is On Our Side’

    In an interview with a prominent German newspaper, the commander of al-Qaeda’s Nusra Front in Aleppo, Syria claims that the US government and its allies are providing it with weapons and training. It may seem preposterous, but the US did the same thing with the mujahideen in Afghanistan after the 1979 Soviet invasion. And we … Continue reading "Al-Qaeda: ‘America Is On Our Side’"

  • CIA Whistleblower Kiriakou Honored for Integrity

    Former CIA official John Kiriakou, who spent two years in prison for revealing the truth about White House-sanctioned torture, became the 15th recipient of the Sam Adams Award for Integrity at a ceremony at America University. Last year, PEN Center USA, a human rights and freedom of expression organization, honored John Kiriakou, with its “First … Continue reading "CIA Whistleblower Kiriakou Honor...

  • The MYOB Foreign Policy

    My parents taught me a lot of common sense sayings. You’ve probably heard this one: mind your own business, or MYOB. Most people have enough problems of their own; it’s not a good idea to compound one’s problems by messing around with other people’s lives. What’s common sense for individuals is also common sense for … Continue reading "The MYOB Foreign Policy"

  • War as a Business Opportunity

    A good friend passed along an article at Forbes from a month ago with the pregnant title, “U.S. Army Fears Major War Likely Within Five Years — But Lacks The Money To Prepare.” Basically, the article argues that war is possible — even likely — within five years with Russia or North Korea or Iran, … Continue reading "War as a Business Opportunity"

  • Ron Paul interviews David Stockman on What Trump Should Do

    What would former Congressman, former Reagan Budget Director, successful investor, and leading advocate for US non-interventionism David Stockman advise a President Trump to do to fix the mess we are in? Stockman joins today’s Ron Paul Liberty Report to discuss his new book, “Trumped! A Nation on the Brink of Ruin… And How to Bring … Continue reading "Ron Paul interviews David Stockman on What Tru...

  • American Outrage – The Truest Form of American Exceptionalism

    So the Americans have accidentally bombed another target of interest. This time it was in Syria and after the aforementioned error ISIS happened to mount a strategic attack taking advantage of an otherwise wholly unforeseen situation which came in the middle of a supposed ceasefire. Naturally the Syrians are outraged. (Incidentally, for some of us … Continue reading "American Outrage – The Truest ...

  • Mission Accomplished? Ron Paul on More US Troops To Iraq

    After untold billions of dollars in US training and equipment, the Iraqi army is not capable of taking the city of Mosul back from ISIS control. Part of the problem is that the multi-sectarian Iraqi army is not so keen on fighting an ISIS that includes Sunni elements of the old Iraqi army among other … Continue reading "Mission Accomplished? Ron Paul on More US Troops To Iraq"

  • We’re Winning the War Against ISIS! Maybe? On Social Media?

    Now if we can just stop them from blowing stuff up all the time, this thing is in the bag. Social Media Uber Alles Despite the reality that propaganda in wartime is as old as dirt, America collectively is freaking out because a lot of ISIS’ takes place on social media. The elderly and feeble … Continue reading "We’re Winning the War Against ISIS! Maybe? On Social Media?"

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  • Syria Ceasefire In Tatters – Why and What’s Next?

    The apparent attack on a humanitarian convoy in the rebel-held part of Aleppo seems to be the final nail in the coffin of the latest ceasefire in Syria. The US blames the Russians for what it calls an “airstrike” on the aid convoy, but the Russians deny that they or the Syrians bombed the convoy. … Continue reading "Syria Ceasefire In Tatters – Why and What’s Next?"

  • Peter Van Buren on What Lesson To Take From Snowden Movie?

    The NSA is collecting every aspect of our lives and storing them in a massive database. Most Americans are not paying attention to the encroaching total surveillance state. Thanks to Oliver Stone’s new film, “Snowden,” however, there is some hope for grassroots opposition to encroaching tyranny. Former State Department official and whistleblower Peter Van Buren … Continue reading "Peter Van Buren ...

  • US Media Ignores CIA Cover-Up on Torture

    MEMORANDUM FOR: Sen. Dianne Feinstein, Vice Chairman, Senate Select Committee on IntelligenceFROM: Veteran Intelligence Professionals for SanitySUBJECT: U.S. Media Mum On How Your Committee Faced Down Both CIA and Obama We write to thank you for your unwavering support for your extraordinarily courageous and tenacious staff in (1) investigating CIA torture under the Bush/Cheney administration … Co...

  • Breaking: US Military Strikes Syrian Forces, Allowing ISIS To Advance

    The Associated Press is reporting that the US military has struck Syrian government positions in the eastern province of Deir el-Zour today, as the Syrian military was involved in a battle with ISIS forces. According to the report, the US attack on Syrian troops “enabled an [ISIS] advance on the hill overlooking the air base.” … Continue reading "Breaking: US Military Strikes Syrian Forces, Allowi...

  • US Military Strategy: DDT, Bug Zappers, Lawyers, Guns, and Money

    Today, the essence of U.S. military “strategy” is targeting. The enemy is treated as vermin to be exterminated with the right bug bomb. As if those bombs had no negative consequences; as if we learned nothing from the overuse of DDT, for example. You might recall DDT, the miracle insecticide of the 1950s and 1960s. … Continue reading "US Military Strategy: DDT, Bug Zappers, Lawyers, Guns, and Mone...

  • Philip Giraldi on Israel Getting the Biggest US Aid Package In History

    US National Security Advisor Susan Rice met with her Israeli counterparts yesterday to sign an historic aid deal that will see $38 billion dollars shipped from US taxpayers to the Israeli military. In a press conference, Rice claimed that, “[t]his MOU is not just good for Israel—it’s good for the United States. Our security is … Continue reading "Philip Giraldi on Israel Getting the Biggest US Aid...

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  • Lucy Steigerwald on the Horrors of War: Video contributing editor Lucy Steigerwald spoke at Liberty Fest in New York last weekend on The Horrors of War. Part 1: Part 2:

  • Ron Paul asks: Can New Syria Ceasefire Hold?

    The “new” ceasefire in Syria seems a lot like the one from earlier this year. This time, according to John Kerry, the Syrian government has to ask permission from the US before it bombs rebels in the country. In exchange the US has agreed (or not, depending on which official you listen to) to finally … Continue reading "Ron Paul asks: Can New Syria Ceasefire Hold?"

  • Oliver Stone’s New Movie Snowden Tackles the Myth

    Snowden is a helluva movie, kicking an audience’s ass on a number of levels. I had a chance to see the film last night at a preview event; it opens everywhere on September 16. Go see it. On one level the film presents Snowden’s story as a political thriller. A brave but frightened man, certain … Continue reading "Oliver Stone’s New Movie Snowden Tackles the Myth"

  • Forever War: A Peculiar Form of American Zen

    As a teenager, I read Joe Haldeman’s book, The Forever War. The title intrigued, as did the interstellar setting. Haldeman’s soldiers are caught up in a conflict whose rules keep changing, in part due to time dilation as predicted by Einstein’s theory of relativity. But there’s one thing the soldiers know for certain: no matter … Continue reading "Forever War: A Peculiar Form of American Zen"

  • Why This FBI Whistleblower Seconds Jill Stein’s Call For A New 9/11 Investigation

    After the events of September 11, 2001, as a longtime FBI agent and division legal counsel, I blew the whistle on the FBI’s failure to act on information provided by the Minneapolis field office that could have prevented the attacks. On this sad 15th anniversary of 9/11, I am encouraged to see that Green Party … Continue reading "Why This FBI Whistleblower Seconds Jill Stein’s Call For A New 9/11 ...

  • Peter Van Buren Says Happy 9/11 Day!

    Happy 9/11 Day, our fifteenth anniversary together. If it was a child, she’d be almost ready to drive. They do grow up so fast, don’t they? We’re instituted full background checks, body scanners and cavity searches at my home for all guests and pets (can’t be too careful!), which keeps me pretty busy, so this … Continue reading "Peter Van Buren Says Happy 9/11 Day!"

  • William Astore asks: What Did 9/11 Inaugurate?

    On this 15th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks in 2001, we should ask ourselves what those attacks inaugurated. In a word, calamity. The wildly successful actions of Al Qaeda, combined with the wild overreactions of the Bush/Cheney administration, marked the 21st century as one that will likely become known to future historians as calamitous. In … Continue reading "William Astore asks: What Did 9/11...

  • Ten Years Later, Let’s Move Together Forward to Restraint

    Ten years ago, Iraqi and Coalition Forces were boots-deep in Operation Together Forward, a two-phase mission to reduce violence and increase security in a war-torn Iraq. Soon after, the Iraq Study Group concluded that the operation’s results were "disheartening," to tread lightly. In July, the Chilcot Report yielded another sobering analysis of meddling in the … Continue reading "Ten Years Later, ...

  • Your Tax Dollars, Creating Jobs (in Afghanistan)

    The United States government spent over $42,000 per Afghan to create 500 jobs over there. And that’s the good news. The ever-cheerful Special Inspector General for Afghan Reconstruction (SIGAR; we have been paying to rebuild Afghanistan for the past 15 years with no end in sight) just released their inspection report on the State Department/USAID-funded … Continue reading "Your Tax Dollars, Creati...

  • Jon Basil Utley: Phyllis Schlafly Opposed the Wars

    Phyllis Schlafly was a giant of the conservative movement. And she opposed America’s recent wars. An early fighter, who started up with opposition to the Equal Rights Amendment to the constitution, died at 92 years old. I knew her for 30 years and she had known my mother, Freda Utley, before that. Much is written … Continue reading "Jon Basil Utley: Phyllis Schlafly Opposed the Wars"

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