Help War RefugeesNearly 60 million people worldwide have been driven from their homes by war and persecution. Half of the displaced are children. For once, instead of spending billions on war, we can use our resources to provide humanitarian relief and save lives. Call Congress and demand they do more by supporting the Graham-Leahy bill […]
MoveOn urges Obama administration to increase the number of Syrian refugees to at least 100,000 by end of 2015
Anna Galland, executive director of MoveOn.org Civic Action, had the following statement in response to President Obama’s directive for the United States to welcome at least 10,000 Syrian refugees in the next fiscal year: “Today, President Obama has set far too low a goal for Syrian refugee resettlement in the United States. While we appreciate […]
Few, if any, decisions a nation makes are as consequential as the decision to go to war. That’s why, over the last few days, MoveOn members have submitted and ranked thousands of questions that must be asked, debated, and answered by Congress before the United States even considers committing to another open-ended war in the […]
Possible Military Action in Iraq and Syria: What questions must be answered before America goes to war?
Statement of Anna Galland, executive director of MoveOn.org Civic Action, in response to President Obama’s speech to the nation: Few if any decisions a country makes are as consequential as the decision to go to war. Such a decision must not be taken lightly, or made in haste. We remember well the lives lost and damage […]
President Obama declared on Tuesday night that he’d halted requests for an authorization to use military force so he could pursue a diplomatic resolution to the crisis in Syria with Russia—and Congress has stopped moving toward a vote on that authorization
MoveOn members from across the country are uniting to oppose military strikes on Syria. On Monday, September 9, MoveOn members participated in over 165 vigils in 41 states to urge their elected officials to avoid another unnecessary and costly war and vote against the use of military force.
The new MoveOn.org TV ad urging Congress not to take us down this road again.
This is a solution we haven’t heard much about. Also, it just me or does McCain give her the verbal equivalent of a pat on the head when she’s done?
MoveOn members have voted to urge Congress to oppose Authorization for Use of Military Force in Syria.