Stan Goff

Stan Goff retired from the US Army in February 1996. He is a veteran of the US occupation of Vietnam, and seven other conflict areas. His books include Hideous Dream: A Soldier’s Memoir of the US Invasion of Haiti (Soft Skull Press), Full Spectrum Disorder: The Military in the New American Century (Soft Skull Books), Borderline: Reflections on War, Sex, and Church (Cascade Books), Mammon’s Ecology: Metaphysic of the Empty Sign (Cascade Books), Tough Gynes: Violent Women in Film as Honorary Men (Cascade Books), and Smitten Gate (a novel about Afghanistan, from Club Orlov Press).

In Praise of Joe Biden

How Secret Becomes Special

How the Republicans Can Win (and Deserve It)

America is Now Rome

Ron Paul’s Revolution

The Petraeus Report

The End Begins

Inside the Labyrinth of Lies: the Cover-Up of Pat Tillman’s Death

How Pat Tillman Died

The Fog of Fame

On Power

Jimmy Massey, Ron Harris and Ambush Journalism

Containing the Anti-War Movement

Homegrown Resistance

Stuff to Do to Stop the War

An Open Letter to US Troops in Afghanistan and Iraq

Listen to Galloway and Learn Something

The Case of Hasan Akbar

A Trojan Jackass for the Anti-War Movement

On Revolutionary Optimism

The Spectacle

A Period for Pedagogy

Man on Fire

Debating a Neocon


Where Have All the Soldiers Gone?

The Gendered Degeneration of American Politics

Kerry’s "Energy Plan"

"Progressive" Latin American Leaders Support the Coup in Haiti

MAMs (Military-Age Males) Are Back

Another Open Letter to the Troops in Iraq

The Democrats and Iraq

The Bridge

A (Counter) Revolutionary Bicentennial

War, Race and Elections

Jessica Lynch, Plural

Bush, Security, Energy and Money

An Open Letter to GIs in Iraq

Honoring Real Vets; Remembering Real War

Perception Control and the Stage Management of War

Lost in the Translation at Camp Delta

Generational Casualties

It Was the Oil and It Is Like Vietnam

The Bush Folly

Nukes in the Dark

The Volunteer Military and the Wicked Adventure

Gulf War II Syndrome?

Injury and Decorum in Iraq

Bring ‘Em on Home Now!

"Bring ‘Em On?"