Cindy SheehanMSNBC's second string liberal yakker Ed Schultz predicts Cindy Sheehan, the anti-war protester who took a failed shot at Nancy Pelosi's congressional seat in 2008, will make a go again in 2010 -- and possibly win.In response, Sheehan did some speculating of her own: "Is Ed Schultz sm ... More >>
Camp Casey at Crawford, Texas, will be erected in Washington Looking back at the aughts, who can forget indelible images of a war and a president that should never have been, and the makeshift camp set up outside President George W. Bush's Texas ranch at Crawford Texas that challenged them ... More >>
Oh, we've still got Cindy to kick around...Though George W. Bush may be out to pasture, his nemesis, San Francisco's Cindy Sheehan, shows no sign of slowing down as she campaigns for an Oregon bill that would keep National Guard troops home, appears in a documentary film honoring an AWOL anti-war so ... More >>
She's closed Camp Casey outside George W. Bush's Crawford ranch and recently lost her bid to unseat Nancy Pelosi in Congress. Now Cindy Sheehan is taking on Barack Obama, claiming the U.S. president is the same sort of warmonger as her previous foes. But no less an anti-war authority ... More >>
The Porta Potti Arsonist speaks.
By Matt Smith When Muntadar al-Zaidi of Cairo-based al-Baghdadia TV threw his size 10 shoes at President George Bush, San Franciscans were thrilled. It now appears, however, that it's not just George W. Bush who was knocked down a notch by Zaidi's impressive pitching. His filthy flying apparel ma ... More >>
How the fractured counterrecruitment movement includes those hoping to bring the draft back
What Are Words For?
Anti-war activists ignored Saddam Hussein's horrendous crimes against ordinary Iraqis. Do they have anything -- beyond anti-Bush demonstrations -- to offer the oppressed in Iran and Syria?
These Streets Are Watching is a primer on civil disobedience
An unfond look back at Freedom Toast, TV jingoes, and a pro-war bully called Tony Hall
Why San Francisco is better than Austin, even during the South by Southwest music festival
Before last week's megaprotests, cops and marchers made nice in the Mission
Major anti-war groups change strategy, hoping to win over mainstream voters the Bush administration can't ignore
The bitter battle over piloting a campus peace movement that hasn't even left the ground
Demonstrating may soothe the psyche, but it won't save San Francisco's arts scene