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An international talk show discussing the ways in which the average citizen in all countries can fight to end war worldwide.

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In 2012, Congress appended a provision on a routine bill to fund the Department of Defense, the National Defense Authorization Act, which passed on a bipartisan basis. This provision gives the President and any future President the power to... more

On June 6 our guest on Taking Back America was former law enforcement officer Tom McKirgan. He is Southwest Oregon Coordinator for Oath Keepers, an association of current and former police officers, firefighters and military service... more

It is hard for most people to imagine how war can end. That was the topic of discussion on SFPI Radio June 1, 2013. This was a special show with no guest, with host Dr. Rick Staggenborg explaining the nature of Soldiers For Peace... more

It is hard for most people to imagine how war can end. That was the topic of discussion on SFPI Radio June 1, 2013. This was a special show with no guest, with host Dr. Rick Staggenborg explaining the nature of Soldiers For Peace... more

Bashar Assad and a loyal Syrian army continue to make gains in the battle against terrorist bands sponsored by the US, NATO, the Gulf Cooperative Council, Turkey and Israel. If you do not understand why this is important for the... more

Bashar Assad and a loyal Syrian army continue to make gains in the battle against terrorist bands sponsored by the US, NATO, the Gulf Cooperative Council, Turkey and Israel. If you do not understand why this is important for the... more

The corporate media of the West has repeated so many lies about the nuclear program and other imaginary threats from Iran that we need to get the word out about the truth. It is important that Americans understand the political scene in... more

Jim Douglass wrote in JFK and the Unspeakable of truth that "too few are willing to see (because most of us are) too eager to be reconciled to the world at any price." If we do not have the courage to speak the truth, JFK will have died for... more

Our guest on May 17 was Moji Agha, Iranian-American poet and activist who started the Mossadegh Legacy Institute and who is now touring to promote awareness of the legacy of this democraticly elected President of Iran who was... more

Voter registration continues to plummet in the US, with millions of Americans implicitly stating that their votes have become meaningless. Congress has been bought by CEOs and puts corporate interests over We the People on a regular... more

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