Tagged: Military Aid
It's time to re-cast U.S. drug policy in Mexico and Guatemala and stop supporting killing methods that end up aiding drug traffickers.
The governments of the United States and Mexico are using large budget expenses to entangle us in the corrupt politics of arms deals.
Even former Mexican President Vicente Fox has said that "prohibition isn't working" and that "violence against violence doesn't work."
We should support the Egyptian miracle by cutting military aid and shifting it to support what will actually help Egyptians improve their standard of living.
What's supposed to be the main point of it all -- new negotiations leading to something remotely resembling a just, lasting and comprehensive peace -- is simply not on the agenda of either Israel or the U.S.
Indians seem to have gone ga-ga over the Democrats.
The United States supplies most of Israel's weapons, and it bears some responsibility for the escalating violence in Israel and Lebanon. It must now use its influence to call for an immediate cease-fire in the assault that has killed so many innocent civilians.