Howard Lisnoff

Howard Lisnoff is a freelance writer. He is the author of Against the Wall: Memoir of a Vietnam-Era War Resister (2017).

The Menorah

The Thrill is Gone

War Against Working People: War Against the World

Genocide and War

The SAT and the ACT Are Back with a Vengeance

On the Road of Flight

War, the Opulence of “Maestro,” and Crass Materialism

Moving Inexorably to the Right Amid a History of Change

Protest Against War at Last

John Kennedy’s September 1963 Interview

Murdering Kids

The Long View of Palestine, Israel and War

The Pledge and a Failed State

Goodbye to Free Speech: Hello to More Militarism

Counting the Cars and the Wars

The Only Way Out is Through Protest

Greeting the President

For the Love of War

A Higher Education: The Bottom Line

Welcome to the Bluest of Blue States

Misogynists and Serial Killers

Our Forever Home

The US Way of Miseducation

The Costs of War

Like the Handwriting on the Wall

“I Don’t Know What I’m Going to Do”

From a “Boy” Who Said No

The Hypocrisy of Anti-Abortionists

“He Loved America…”*

Operation Babylift 1975

A Vietnamese Restaurant

The Endless Wars: 2003-2023

Divide and Conquer

Fifty Years of Resistance

Joe Biden on Police

An Evidence-Based Look at Mass Shooters in the US

The General with the Mercedes Medal

War is as Popular as Cherry and Apple Pie

Netanyahu: A Bull in the Middle East China Shop

Julian, Harry, Meghan, et al.

A Brave New World

Newtown, Connecticut

Gina Raimondo: Neoliberal Superhero

Watching the Global Disaster Unfold

Against War? You’ve Got to be Kidding!

From Attica to Daunte Wright

The Political System in the US is a Train Wreck

Nineteen Seventy-Two: Year of Revolt

Old Beliefs Die Hard

On the Deck of an Aircraft Carrier