Block War Funding

Please sign this petition to the Congress of the United States:

We call on you to help our country turn away from what Martin Luther King Jr. called “the madness of militarism.” As a vital step, we urge you to enact legislation to block the use of any U.S. taxpayer funds for continuing warfare, directly or by proxy, in Syria. We further implore you to strive for better relations with Russia instead of fueling the current conflicts that could lead to nuclear annihilation of us all. While defunding endless and disastrous wars as well as cutting wasteful military expenditures, you can provide funds for urgent human and environmental needs.


101-125 of 22181 signatures
Number Date Name Please add comment.
22081 6 months ago Anonymous
22080 6 months ago Carolyn Vigneri Wars have become the vehicle for mass murder of civilians. Redirecting war efforts toward peace and reconstruction is sound
22079 6 months ago Carlos Echevarria
22078 6 months ago Catherine Loudis
22077 6 months ago Teresa Kohl
22076 6 months ago Linda Maino
22075 6 months ago R Gomez
22074 6 months ago Anonymous
22073 6 months ago Robyn Sanders we have this right, monies are desperately needed for our infrastructure now.
22072 6 months ago roger strobel
22071 6 months ago helene dolly Absolutely I do agree.
22070 6 months ago s cook
22069 6 months ago Janice Gipson Russia as a nuclear power, but also North Korea, Libya, Afghanistan, and Iran via diplomacy not war.
22068 6 months ago Marilyn Booton The U.S. has it's hands, shoulder deep, in the dirty money of war. It drains our country of funds needed for our people to led better lives. The big open secret is that war funding steals money fro...
22067 6 months ago Mary Flanagan
22066 6 months ago Susan Chandler
22065 6 months ago Robert Bonazzi
22064 6 months ago fred grant
22063 6 months ago Dawn Hendry
22062 6 months ago gail barton Currently the US taxpayer is held hostage to continuing armament of the world and assault of innocent civilians, destruction of livelihoods and the environment, and peaceful co-existence on our plan...
22061 6 months ago Lindsay Conklin
22060 6 months ago Anonymous
22059 6 months ago Barbara Ellis
22058 6 months ago Steve Neubeck
22057 6 months ago barbara walrafen
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Background:
> Speech by Martin Luther King Jr. at Western Michigan University (Dec 18th, 1963).