United States war veteran against Trump’s Iran/Iraq war


This 5 January 2019 video from the USA is called Veteran Speaks At “No War On Iran” Rally Los Angeles.

So, after the Vietnam war Veteran in New York City, another veteran from the opposite side of the USA fighting for peace.

TRUMP DOUBLES DOWN ON THREATS President Donald Trump doubled down on his claim that the United States military has the right to target Iranian cultural sites, dismissing concerns from the public and even from his own administration that he would be committing a war crime by doing so. [HuffPost]

HOUSE TO VOTE ON RESOLUTION TO CURB TRUMP’S WAR POWERS “As Members of Congress, our first responsibility is to keep the American people safe,” Nancy Pelosi wrote in a letter to House Democrats following an escalation in tensions with Iran. “We are concerned that the Administration took this action without the consultation of Congress and without respect for Congress’s war powers granted to it by the Constitution.” [HuffPost]

IRAQI PARLIAMENT VOTES TO EXPEL FOREIGN TROOPS The Sunday vote came after Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi advised parliament to expel the troops in response to the Trump-ordered assassination of Iranian Maj. Gen. Qassem Soleimani in Iraq. [HuffPost]

BORDER AUTHORITIES DENY DETAINING IRANIAN-AMERICANS U.S. Customs and Border Protection is denying reports that the agency has refused entry to some Iranian-Americans and detained others. “Social media posts that CBP is detaining Iranian-Americans and refusing their entry into the U.S. because of their country of origin are false,” a spokesperson for CBP told HuffPost. [HuffPost]

Wildlife crossing plan in Los Angeles, USA


This September 2015 CBS TV video from the USA says about itself:

California unveils plan to build overpass for wildlife

The $30 million overpass across one of Los Angeles County’s busiest freeways will be designed for wild animals, whose habitats are shrinking because of urban sprawl. Washington state broke ground on its first wildlife crossing in June. Ben Tracy reports on how the largest animal bridge in America could help save one of the last big carnivores in the western U.S.

A 21 August 2019 CBS TV video from the USA, soon removed from ouTube, used to say about itself:

Los Angeles one step closer to a first-of-its-kind wildlife crossing

Los Angeles is famous for its freeways and now it’s one step closer to building a major thoroughfare just for wildlife. An overpass estimated to cost $88 million is in its final design phase. It will allow mountain lions and other animals to roam more freely. Officials say it could help them avoid extinction. Carter Evans reports.