Saturday, August 19, 2017

The Truth About The Vietnam War From The Guys Who Fought It-Full Disclosure Volume 2 Newspaper Now Available!

Full Disclosure Volume 2 Newspaper Now Available!

The expanded to 28-pages Full Disclosure – Truth About America’s War in Vietnam Vol. 2 is now available!
The paper is especially important in relation to the upcoming Burns/Novick documentary about the Vietnam War, which will not present the war as the massive U.S. crime based on lies and betrayals that it was. This paper clearly, definitively and very articulately, does. It is a concise, very readable and important reference for anyone who wishes to present or speak about the truth. Thank you all. – Tarak Kauff, Veterans For Peace Board Member

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  • Masahide Ota, Presente!
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  • An Invitation from Your President
  • Peace at Home: Mourning Philando
  • Peace Abroad: VFP Delegation to Cuba
  • Poetry
  • Book Review: Failure to Quit:Reflections of an Optimistic Historian 
  • Veterans For Peace Chapter Reports
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Letters Needed: Protect Freedom to Boycott

WRITE! for Justice, Human Rights, and International Law in Palestine.
The article speaks for itself with admirable clarity, describing the provisions and ramifications of a legislative proposal currently before the U.S. Senate that would impose stiff penalties on boycotters. American freedom is at stake.
 Here is the text of the proposed legislation (S. 720, the Israel Anti-Boycott Act).
Please WRITE! to The Washington Post using this address:
From the website of The Post:
Letters should be fewer than 200 words and take as their starting point an article or other item appearing in The Post. They may not have been submitted to, posted to or published by any other media. They must include the writer's full name -- anonymous letters and letters written under pseudonyms will not be considered. For verification purposes, they must also include the writer's home address, e-mail address and telephone numbers. Writers should disclose any personal or financial interest in the subject matter of their letters.

Save the Dates: Upcoming Events

Aug 20 - Women Gained Right to Vote in US (1920)

Aug 27 - Signing of Kellogg-Briand Pact (1928)
Sept 21 - International Day of Peace

Sept 22-24 No War 2017: War and the Environment Conference in Washington, D.C.

Sept 26 - Anniversary of 43 Ayotzinapa Students Disappearance

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