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.


176-200 of 22191 signatures
Number Date Name Please add comment.
22016 1 year ago SOPHIA RAHMAN
22015 1 year ago Keith Augusto
22014 1 year ago Alan Arnold
22013 1 year ago Jean Lindgren
22012 1 year ago Perry Hutchison
22011 1 year ago Nancy Bengtson
22010 1 year ago Laura Avant
22009 1 year ago O'Neill Louchard
22008 1 year ago Beverly Olney Money wasted on war, like water poured down the drain, serves no useful purpose, but only the purpose of making the rich war lords richer. Selling the armaments for killing other humans. What a wast...
22007 1 year ago Dr. Dorothy Black Crow Billions to blow people up; nothing for peace.
22006 1 year ago Armin Wright Invert Trump's budget. Change +s to -s and conversely. Thus, START by cutting $56B from the military. Cut 10% annually for the next 5 years, then reassess true military needs and continue as bene...
22005 1 year ago Armin Wright Invert Trump's budget. Change +s to -s and conversely. Thus, START by cutting $56B from the military. Cut 10% annually for the next 5 years, then reassess true military needs and continue as bene...
22004 1 year ago Armin Wright Invert Trump's budget. Change +s to -s and conversely. Thus, START by cutting $56B from the military. Cut 10% annually for the next 5 years, then reassess true military needs and continue as bene...
22003 1 year ago Paula Beneke
22002 1 year ago Anonymous
22001 1 year ago Robert McCroskey I do not allow bombing on this planet.
If we got close enough to another planet and saw the creatures there bombing each other, would we call it a civilization?
22000 1 year ago ordell vee
21999 1 year ago Anonymous
21998 1 year ago Patricia Obletz
21997 1 year ago kevin mcdaniel
21996 1 year ago Wanda Ballentine
21995 1 year ago joy casey
21994 1 year ago Jim and Barbara Dale
21993 1 year ago r vanstriien
21992 1 year ago Marie Fontana
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Background:
> Speech by Martin Luther King Jr. at Western Michigan University (Dec 18th, 1963).