Greening America

Oklahoma Peace Strategy Newspaper Aug/Sept 2006 All Americans simply must see Al Gore’s movie on global warming: An Inconvenient Truth. With charts, graphs, testimonies and news clips, Gore closes the controversy on whether global warming is a consequence of human activities: It is. The final 15 minutes are devoted to actions and solutions — all … Read more…

Letter to the FCC

Dear Friends, Using the email address below, you could write the FCC too. TO: FCC Managers & Directors, fccinfo@fcc.gov Dear Sirs and Madams: The call from Rev. Pat Robertson for the assassination of Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez struck me as profoundly obscene …. both because Robertson’s words defiled Christianity itself ….. but also because his … Read more…

Five Oklahoma Women in Crawford on Thursday

Rev. Kathy McCallie, Okla.City, Peggy Johnson, Lexington, Serena Blaiz of Oklahoma City, Melissa Rabe of Blanchard, Mary de Julius of Muskogee. Activists from around the nation, and news media from around the world are in Crawford, TX, to see whether President Bush will grant an interview with Cindy Sheehan. At least five Oklahoma women are … Read more…

We Walked for Peace

Sleet and cold did not stop 300 stalwart activists from showing up Sunday afternoon to listen to words from community leaders and walk together encircling the Murrah National Memorial. Live music by Mary Reynolds, Louise Goldberg and James Collins warmed hearts before a welcoming by MC Nathaniel Batchelder. Episcopal Bishop Shannon Mallory spoke to humanity’s … Read more…

Seeds of Hope: Ending Hunger & Poverty IS Possible

“This IS a world in which assistance to the poorest woman and child on the planet is not only the right thing to do, but is integral to our survival as a species.” In 1990, some 40,000 children died every day from preventable disease and malnutrition. Today, just 30,000 children die every day from preventable … Read more…

Deadly Opulence

Peace Strategy Newspaper May/June, 1998 Of all human frailties and transgressions, none is a greater threat to peace or Nature today than the human attraction to opulence. The earth is abundant, and might provide sufficiency for everyone. But it cannot provide opulence on a scale enjoyed by the rich, and desired by most everyone else. … Read more…