Babylon asked to endorse Bring the War Dollars Home resolution video

Seven Babylon residents attended the Town Board meeting last night to request Babylon to join the other municipalities that have already endorsed the US Conference of Mayors resolution Calling on Congress to Redirect Military Spending to Domestic Priorities.  See the rest of the article at Babylon Town Board asked to pass US Mayors Bring the War […]

Babylon Town Board asked to pass US Mayors Bring the War dollars Home resolution

Lindenhurst, NY –  Seven Babylon residents attended the Town Board meeting last night to request Babylon to join the other municipalities that have already endorsed the US Conference of Mayors resolution Calling on Congress to Redirect Military Spending to Domestic Priorities.  The full text of the resolution is at the bottom of this post. Not surprisingly, six of […]

Green Party of Suffolk Adopts US Conference of Mayors’ “Bring the War Dollars Home” Resolution

Challenges the County, Towns, and Villages to Also Adopt It The Green Party of Suffolk, the county’s largest peace organization, has adopted the US Conference of Mayors’ resolution “Calling on Congress to Redirect Military Spending to Domestic Priorities.”   The Green Party of Suffolk calls on our villages, towns and the county government to also pass […]

Bring Peace to your Town

The Bring the War $$ Home resolution passed by the US Conference of Mayors on June 20, 2011 is sparking a grassroots movement to end the wars in the Middle East and Africa and re-direct the funds to domestic priorities.  The resolution uses cautious language, stating a “drawdown of troops should be done in a measured way…” […]

Mayors See End to Wars as Fix for Struggling Cities

So when downturn-weary mayors from around the country gathered here on Friday for the annual meeting of the United States Conference of Mayors, they decided to make a statement: they introduced a resolution calling for the speedy end of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, and calling on Congress to use the $126 billion a […]

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