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Our New Affordable Care Act – Hold On

Our New Affordable Care Act – Hold On

By Glenn Mollette America cannot afford to be without medical insurance. You cannot financially survive without medical insurance. One trip to the hospital for a few days can devastate you for a lifetime. A friend of mine has recently survived a brain tumor. The weeks of hospital stay and a specialized chemotherapy cost over 400,000.00. Most of his medical care was […]

The Syrian Miracle: Commentary on Syria, US-Russia cooperation and the rule of law

The Syrian Miracle: Commentary on Syria, US-Russia cooperation and the rule of law

Editor’s note: the  following is a commentary from a World War II veteran and peace promoter. The opinions expressed  do not necessarily reflect those of the staff and management of the Informer Media Group. By Peter G. Cohen Considering the recent poor relations between Russia and the U.S., their cooperation on Syria seems miraculous and is worthy […]

U.S. Nuclear Policy: Where’s our credibility?

U.S. Nuclear Policy: Where’s our credibility?

Editor’s note: the opinions expressed in the following commentary do not necessarily reflect those of the staff and management of the Informer Media Group. By Robert Dodge, MD Einstein said, “You cannot simultaneously prevent and prepare for war.” This week the world is intently watching developments in Syria hoping and praying for a peaceful solution.   As […]

The Paintings of Karipbek Kuyukov, an Extraordinary Man

The Paintings of Karipbek Kuyukov, an Extraordinary Man

By Nikki Artale Las Vegas Informer Photos by Nikki Artale Karipbek Kuyukov The paintings of Karipbek Kuyukov express the pain that nuclear weapons bring. At a young age he began painting using his mouth and legs to tell the story of his opposition of nuclear testing and also his love of nature.   Karipbek Kuyukov […]

How to Not Turn Our Back: Alternative Policy Approaches for Syria

How to Not Turn Our Back: Alternative Policy Approaches for Syria

Editor’s note: The following is a commentary on finding a nonmilitary option for a US response to Assad, to Syria and to chemical weapons. Author David Anderson-Rodgers is a professor of government and promotes a path forward that will tend to produce far fewer costs for the US and for Syrians. The opinions expressed do not necessarily […]

Congress, Beware of Secret Briefings

Congress, Beware of Secret Briefings

Editor’s note: John Repp offers a direct experience with bad intelligence producing completely unnecessary war, suffering, and high costs on everyone. The opinions expressed do not necessarily reflect those of the staff and management of the Informer Media Group. By John M. Repp Our Congressional Representatives and Senators were called back last week and briefed before the […]

Letter to President Obama from a Loyal Supporter

Letter to President Obama from a Loyal Supporter

Editor’s note: The following is an open letter to our president by an Illinois peace professor and long-time supporter of Obama. The opinions expressed do not necessarily reflect those of the staff and management of the Informer Media Group. By Ellen Lindeen Dear President Obama, I supported you in both elections, with my vote and financial giving.  […]

The Unproven Necessity of Unlawful War on Syria

The Unproven Necessity of Unlawful War on Syria

Editor’s note: The following is a discussion framing the legal/illegal aspects of the proposed attack on Syria. John LaForge has been researching, writing about, and engaged in nonviolent activism in opposition to weapons and war for more than 30 years. The opinions expressed do not necessarily reflect those of the staff and management of the Informer Media […]

The Syrian Problem – and an International Solution

The Syrian Problem – and an International Solution

Editor’s note: Dr. Lawrence S. Wittner, renowned historian, , presents a nonmilitary solution to the vexing Syrian problem.The opinions expressed do not necessarily reflect those of the staff and management of the Informer Media Group. By Lawrence S. Wittner Let us consider the worst: that, in violation of the 1925 Geneva Protocol and the subsequent Chemical Weapons […]

The Missing Choice on Preventing the Further Use of Chemical Weapons

The Missing Choice on Preventing the Further Use of Chemical Weapons

Editor’s note: The following is a commentary and analysis of the failure of our public officials and major media to discuss nonmilitary action to thwart further use of chemical weapons anywhere, including Syria. The opinions expressed do not necessarily reflect those of the staff and management of the Informer Media Group. By David R. Andersen-Rodgers There is […]

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