Summary: In a democracy, the right to dissent is sacrosanct, even in times of war. However, not every form of dissent is speech protected by the First Amendment, nor is every form of speech worthy of respect. Not since the Vietnam War had there been a "peace" movement as large and ubiquitous as the one against American military action to remove the dictator Saddam Hussein from power in Iraq. Who are the organizers of this opposition and what are their agendas? The articles in this pamphlet are an attempt to provide answers.