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…

Mark Davies on the election choice we face

PLEASE SHARE WITH VOTERS IN 50 U.S. STATES Nathaniel Batchelder sez: My enormous respect for Mark Davies grows. I OBSERVE THAT … Republicans pledge to develop Coal, Oil, and Gas for “US Energy Independence.” Their Party Platform Promises to “End the EPA’s war on coal,” and to reverse Obama’s commitment to the Paris Climate Summit Agreement. … Read more…

Film shows how solar power can change lives, the economy and the world

JOBS & SOLAR POWER = A BRIGHT FUTURE Promoted by Oklahoma Interfaith Power and Light The Oklahoma United Methodist Environmental Coalition, Peace House, Environmental Committee, Oklahoma Conference of Churches Sierra Club, Oklahoma Catching The Sun docu-movie 6/9 at Penn Square Mall 7:00 pm – Introduction to film by Sierra Club 7:30 pm – Movie at … Read more…

Congress calls for Declassification of 28 Pages of the 9/11 Congressional Joint Inquiry

INTRODUCTION OF BILLS TO DECLASSIFY 28 PAGES OF THE CONGRESSIONAL 9/11 JOINT INQUIRY June 2, 2015 · Washington, D.C. S.1471 – – – On June 2, 2015, at a press conference in Washington, D.C., Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY), flanked by former Sen. Bob Graham (D-FL), Reps. Walter Jones (R-NC), Stephen Lynch (D-MA), Thomas Massie (R-KY), … Read more…

Participants lined up for People's Climate March in Oklahoma City

Action needed to save Earth

Peace House Director Nathaniel Batchelder has an op-ed in the current issue of the Oklahoma Gazette entitled “Of climate marches and extinctions.” Global Climate Marches took place in Oklahoma City and around the world on the weekend before the Paris Climate Summit began Nov. 30. According to the Global Climate March website, 780,000 people participated … Read more…