The “Ranked Choice Voting” Revolution

EXPLANATION:                    PLEASE SPREAD THE WORD Here’s how Ranked Choice Voting works. Instead of voting for one person, you can rank your choices. If your first choice doesn’t win (and no candidate has won a majority right out of the starting gate), your vote is automatically re-assigned to your second choice. That way, your vote is … Read more…

Protecting Our Grandchildren’s Future

Please forward this (Word version here) to Legislators I am concerned about threats to God’s Creation – the very web of life that sustains humanity. My concerns are spiritual, moral, religious and scientific. The Union of Concerned Scientists – www.ucsusa.org – is comprised of 450,000 members & activists including renowned scientists, climatologists, medical researchers, biologists, … Read more…

Oklahoma City Civic and Religious Leaders Rally to Oppose Discriminatory Policies of Trump Administration

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma – – Americans Against the Next War (AANW) with a coalition of Oklahoma civic and religious groups announces a rally to be held Friday, February 10, 2017, at 1:00 pm, on the south plaza of the Oklahoma State Capitol. The public is invited. The rally is in concert with demonstrations across the … Read more…

Emily Jovais writes for 350.org about Standing Rock Sioux DAPL Resistance

The View from Standing Rock : Essay & photos from N.Dakota Emily’s essay includes: “What You Can Do to Support the Standing Rock Sioux Pipeline Resistance” 1. IF YOU CAN GO:  Go to Standing Rock to show your support and see what’s happening. Arrive prepared to take care of yourself and to act as an ally. Here’s a … Read more…

Oklahoma can play vital role in abolishing the Death Penalty nationwide. Get involved!

This article first appeared in the June-July 2016 issue of The Oklahoma Peace Strategy News. Article compiled from information provided by the Think Twice Oklahoma campaign. The death penalty is on the ballot in at least three states in November: California, Nebraska, and Oklahoma. Here, a state question asks to add the death penalty to … Read more…

Peace House Promotes A Moral Agenda for America

Peace House Director Nathaniel Batchelder has developed a presentation entitled “A Moral Agenda for America” that seeks to find common ground between groups and build a consensus for human-focused and sustainable government policy at the local, state and national levels.

It is a non-partisan program suitable for any organization or group of people interested in public education and political advocacy on a host of issues, including the environment, health care, the economy, national security and more. It is particularly relevant as we enter the 2016 electoral season, as the opportunity exists to replace a large percentage of elected representatives, if we find they are not voting in ways that align with the “moral agenda” that we, the voters, have adopted.

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