Just so they fear me!

By | February 18th, 2020|Politics|

The New York Times reported after Donald Trump’s acquittal that Republicans voted to acquit the Commander-In-Chief (once called “Individual #1” in special hearings) they voted to acquit Donald Trump because they lived in fear of reprisal or revenge by Mr. Trump. Former Mayor Bloomberg declares only he is capable of defeating Trump because “We [...]

123 USA burn units are not enough for us

By | February 18th, 2020|Accident|

December 28, 2019, a twin-engine plane left the Lafayette, LA regional airport bound for Atlanta, Georgia with passengers to cheer the Louisiana State University Tigers football team on to victory. Sadly, a few minutes from the small airport we will never know why or how Ian Biggs, a skilled pilot brought the twin engine [...]

Living Between Two Tsunamis

By | January 28th, 2020|Climate Change|

Caught between two tsunamis – nuclear & climate Caught between two tsunamis – nuclear & climate “Where there is no vision, people perish.” (Proverbs 29:18) *What is the most significant secular date in history? Novelist Arthur Koestler believes August 6, 1945 : “After Hiroshima we live with the possible extinction of our species.” *Military [...]

UN General Assembly votes on July 7, 2017 to abolish nuclear weapons

By | November 6th, 2019|Uncategorized|

July 7, 2017 was our global liberation day when 122 (of 195) countries of the UN voted to abolish nuclear weapons. Religious leaders have called for abolition of city destroying weapons since Pope John XXIII did so in 1965. Admiral Noel Gayler (1914- 2011) spent 45 years on active duty in the US Navy. Gayler [...]

Military Chiefs Stress Nuclear Abolition

By | August 13th, 2019|Corporate Responsibility, Peace, Politics, Weapons of Mass Destruction|

HIROSHIMA Memorial Day – August 6, 1980 Admiral Noel Gayler (1914-2011) with 45 years active duty in the US Navy spoke with authority at Haverford College in Philadelphia “The day we dropped an atomic bomb on Japan we made ourselves totally defenseless. The day we detonated a hydrogen bomb we made ourselves 1000 times more defenseless. [...]

What to Do Today If You Reject the Death Penalty

By | July 27th, 2019|Corporate Responsibility, Politics|

During ten years in the British colony of Hong Kong three pro bono lawyers helped me while in contact with the poorest people in a city claiming more billionaires than found in New York, London or any other prominent metropolis on Earth. One rather impoverished woman came to the church where I lived in the [...]

Did Iran Locate Their Country too Close to Our Military Bases and War Ships in the Gulf?

By | May 24th, 2019|Peace, Politics, War Crimes|

A quick Internet search shows 45 US bases surrounding Iran. Additionally, there is the US Navy with the aircraft carrier Lincoln visible in the Persian Gulf.  John Bolton and CIA leader/USA Secretary of State Pompeo insist Iran is a threat to our security. A democratically elected government of Iran was overthrown by the USA in [...]

Two Greatest Forces in Our World – “Stupidity Driven by Greed”

By | May 19th, 2019|Climate Change, Environment, Politics, Sacred Ocean, Stories, Water|

Four hundred glaciers globally have simply melted into Earth’s atmosphere. Water cannot remain suspended forever. It will return to Earth in the form of floods as we have seen over decades globally.  The ocean is rising one inch per decade. In May 2019 the Mauna Loa laboratory in Hawaii registered unprecedented carbon dioxide levels at [...]

Bombers & War Ships ring Iran as IRS & Lawyers encircle Trump

By | May 11th, 2019|Peace, Politics, War Crimes, Weapons of Mass Destruction|

The USA sold weapons to Iran and Iraq during the 1980’s to ensure both nations would fight each other rather than threaten Israel. Since the 1967 Six-Day war, Israel remains the lone nation among 195 countries that tolerates US “expansive” policies. Martin Luther King. Jr described USA behavior as – “the greatest purveyor of violence [...]