Asked what he would do about the Syrian city of Aleppo, the region at the center of that nation’s civil war and refugee crisis, Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson responded by asking, “what is Aleppo?”
“What would you do if you were elected about Aleppo?” MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” panelist Mike Barnicle asked the former New Mexico governor during an in-studio interview Thursday morning.
Press release from Green presidential candidate Jill Stein, July 21st, 2016:
Once again our hearts are breaking – this time, with the tragic news of the deaths of at least 73 civilians, including 35 children, as a result of US airstrikes on the village of Tokkhar in Syria. This horrific attack, the deadliest assault on civilians in the military campaign against ISIS to date, happened because our military admittedly made a “mistake” in identifying these men, women, and children as Islamic State combatants.… Read more ...
1. President Obama’s opening lines at the U.N. on Tuesday looked down on people who would think to settle disputes with war. Obama was disingenuously avoiding the fact that earlier this month he sought to drop missiles into a country to “send a message” but was blocked by the U.S.
Let’s savor that again: for the moment at least, the United States is not bombing Syria. That alone qualifies as an unprecedented victory for the SuperPower of Peace – the global movement to end war, win social justice and salvage our ecological survival.
WASHINGTON, DC — Green Party leaders said that President Obama’s decision for a temporary pause in the rush to win congressional authorization and launch an air strike against Syria was good news and a monumental achievement by the American people.
September 11, 2013 – Darrell Castle talks about President Obama’s speech given last night regarding Syria. Castle was the Constitution Party’s 2008 vice-presidential candidate. There is a currently a movement among CP activists to draft Castle for the party’s presidential nomination in 2016.
Published on the Freedom Socialist Party website, September 6, 2013:
With good reason, U.S. public recoils from threat of new war
As Congress debates whether to authorize President Obama to go to war against Syria, it appears that the U.S. populace is exhibiting signs of a new antiwar consensus—the Iraq/Afghanistan Syndrome.… Read more ...