On September 11th, 2001 I was was living 5 blocks from the White House. I could see the smoke from the Pentagon. I couldn’t stand staying in my dorm room any longer, put on my rollerblades and rode alongside the tanks patrolling the White House.
In the days that followed I expected an attack to happen at any moment. Every big test or paper deadline, I half expected would be made irrelevant by another attack. It didn’t. What did happen was a series of lies that led us to a disastrous war claiming millions of lives and bankrupting our country.
Lies are what led us to the war in Iraq and lies are the cornerstone of this new administration. Can you help us in our fight for the truth in Washington?
According to reports released Wednesday, our nation’s chief law enforcer Jeff Sessions lied under oath, claiming he never spoke with Russian officials during Trump’s campaign. We have proof he did. In the coming days we’re going to do all we can to make sure that the Trump administration is held accountable.
Win Without War was created to fight against the lies and secrets that lead us into catastrophic wars. The truth is important to us and we know it is important to you. We cannot build security in the darkness.
The truth is, the progressive foreign policy infrastructure in Washington is tiny. We are a tough bunch, but we face a strong and well-funded network of arms dealers and lobbyists. Your help is vital to our mission.
On September 11th I didn’t know where to turn. Win Without War didn’t exist. And without you it might not now.
We know we can write a different history, but it won’t happen by chance. We’re working day and night to make sure lies don’t win. We can Win Without War, but we need your help. Click here to add your donation now.
Thank you for keeping Washington honest,
Win Without War
P.S. If you wonder just how we can build that different history check out Win Without War intern Wesley Wright, one of our next generation of peacebuilders, rallying for truth yesterday in Washington, DC. With your help we can continue to develop the young leaders America needs.