Today the House of Representatives passed a resolution opposing President Bushâ€™s escalation of the war in Iraq while vowing to â€œcontinue to support and protect the members of the United States Armed Forces.â€� The final roll call was 246 â€“ 182 with 17 Republicans breaking ranks to vote in favor and only two Democrats registering opposition.
The Council for a Livable World today praised Majority Leader Harry Reidâ€™s (D-NV) brave decision to move forward with Senate debate on President Bushâ€™s escalation in Iraq despite weeks of obstructionist stalling by Senate Republicans. Debate is expected to take place Friday or Saturday.
Council for a Livable World today released its annual national security scorecard showing that major Democratic candidates for President are bunched closely together with comparable scores.
Council for a Livable World, one of the nationâ€™s oldest and most prestigious organizations devoted to national security issues, today announced the selection of former Colorado Senator Gary Hart as its chairman.
Council for a Livable World, one of the nationâ€™s oldest and largest organizations working on national security and weapons of mass destruction issues, today released its analysis of the 2006 elections.