- Previous to 2005, see Archives
- ***Silence Over Thunder 4/18/09.
***6th Anniversary of the US Invasion of Iraq: CJ 3/20/09; Kate Cunningham and Judy Munro-Leighton's OpEd CJ; Johanna Kamenisch interview on WAVE-3.
***Press Conference re: James Burmeister Hillbilly Reports 6/21/08
***Silence over Thunder CJ 4/13/08
***3/19/08: 5 YEAR Commemoration CJ3/20;CJ; Hillbilly Reports
*** KENTUCKY AT WAR IN THE NATION 10/1/2007 ISSUE
***State Fair "Fair is Fair---End the War" Protest August 2007 on Youtube.
***Fourth of July Protests: Protest at McConnell Luncheon in Buckner KY, 7/2/07; July 4th Protest at McConnell's house.
***Bush at St. Vincent---a local letter in the National Catholic Reporter; protest coverage 5/12/2007
***4th Anniversary of the Beginning of the Iraq War Memorial on the Great Lawn, Waterfront Park. Youtube & Hillbilly Report Video; TV coverage: WAVE; WHAS; WLKY.
***Kentucky anti-war protestors in DC 3/17/07: youtube
***Bush Campaign Visit to Louisville 2/3/2007 Video link of protest
***Doug Johnson's Iraq Trip with Voices in the Wilderness
***2,000 Too Many! Friday 10/28, 2005. Pictures of the demonstration.
***DC protest 2005
- ***Public Health: In One Generation
- ***Amnesty International "First 100 Days" campaign; War on Terror campaign;
***The Louisville Green Guide
- ***Civilian Casualties in Iraq
- ***Military Casualties in Iraq and Afghanistan: Casualty Count & Casualties in Iraq
- ***How Much This War is Costing Us
***Active duty military: APPEAL FOR REDRESS. You are on the front lines in this fight too and we are even more dependent on your courage in this theater of action.
- ***National Network for Immigrant and Refugee Rights
- ***Email service that allows you to contact officials about progressive causes. The People's Health Movement
- ***Locate your Legislators. Also see our Contact Government page
After the last tree has been cut down,
After the last river has been poisoned,
After the last fish has been caught
Only then will you find
That money cannot be eaten.
'A people living under the perpetual menace of war and invasion is very easy to govern. It demands no social reforms. It does not haggle over expenditures on armaments and military equipment. It pays without discussion, it ruins itself, and that is an excellent thing for the syndicates of financiers and manufacturers for whom patriotic terrors are an abundant source of gain.'