Sentence with the word anti-war
On the former, his limited drawdown plan was derided as "cautious" -- not by anti-war activists, but by a GOP presidential candidate Jon Huntsman.
It's not that people are going to vote for Republicans, but they might sit on their hands, Mueller says of anti-war Democrats.
But anti-war forces failed to pass a bill to cut funding for the Libyan mission.
On May 4, 1970, students that were anti-war or just activists in general gathered on the commons at noon, which was a common thing to do.
Or would it resemble February 15th, 2003, when the federal government issued terror alerts the same week as an internally organized anti-war rally, and the NYPD cordoned off protesters as Midtown descended into chaos?
Opposition from anti-war groups and Lieberman's colleagues in the eventually saw the above paragraph deleted from the amendment.
Indeed, by the Justice Department's own record, not one terror-related case in the last two years involved neo-Nazis, environmental extremists, militias or anti-war groups.
Renowned American feminist Gloria Steinem has offered her voice in support of the protestors on Jeju-do, and prominent anti-war activists from the west have arrived on the island to join in the opposition.
An anti-war protester demonstrating against Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) may have gotten a little too close to the lawmaker when a member of his security detail appeared to tackle her.
These voters may be motivated by anti-war sentiment, a desire for more progressive domestic politics, civil rights, the environment or other issues.
They say we must fight to keep our freedom, But Lord knows there's got to be a better way. ~edwin starr
Nah, she's not reasonable, she's anti-war, no matter what the issue
Hippy: "F*ck you! Baby killers!" (Spits)Knowledgeable Liberal: "Hey man, be anti-war the proper way! Don't hate on the men and women serving everyday to protect us, but question IF we need protecting in the first place!