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If We Do Not Read All Of Our History Or We Might Repeat It

In 2014 a Gallup poll was taken among 60,000 people in sixty countries. Results were not well received by public opinion researchers from the USA. Respondents believed the United States and Israel were the two most dangerous threats to peace. Compared to origins of human history in Mesopotamia over 4000 years ago, the United States [...]

By | December 18th, 2016|Corporate Responsibility, Politics, War Crimes|0 Comments

November Is The Time Of Migration For Geese Following Nature

November 2016 brought a blanket of global fear for people of color, environmentalists (don’t we all want pure air, water, food?), political progressives and maturing youths born in the 1970’s. Never in the history of our immigrant nation have researchers noted two more unpopular leading candidates.

By | November 27th, 2016|Climate Change, Corporate Responsibility, Peace, Politics|0 Comments

Hostages In Hells Bottom

The Berrigan brothers were prophetic leaders in the peace momentum. They followed an example of Gandhi, who read Jesus’ Beatitudes (Matthew V or Luke VI) every day. Like the uncertain number of arrests that their peace movement has endured, similarly could the Berrigans not enumerate their Pentagon visits.

Fossil Free Divestment Gathers Steam

...in June 23, 2014 Dayton University became the first Catholic institution to declare divestment from fossil fuels. By April 2016, 515 educational, civic and financial institutions had joined in the pledge to divest from fossil fuels.

We Are Completely Insecure

In this election year how many money-begging candidates for the Oval Office have pondered the wisdom of Admiral Noel Gaylor (1914-2011) who served in the US Navy for 45 years?

MARCH 3, 1863, The First United States National Conscription Act

Regardless of their religious affiliation, institutions of higher education that benefited from the Morrill Acts of 1862 and 1864 require students to be enrolled in Reserve Officers Training Corps (ROTC). How does such mandatory legislation differ from military conscription?

By | March 13th, 2016|Corporate Responsibility, Peace|0 Comments

States Are Banning Thoughts On Global Warming

Debates among potential candidates for the Oval Office in 2016 are noted more for embarrassing elementary insults and childish playground fighting rather than rational discussion over how to alleviate climate change or curtail global threats of looming nuclear warfare.

Bike Lanes In Lafayette Are Testimonies To Dr. Griff Blakewood

For over twenty years, he answered the phone: “This is Dr. Griff Blakewood, Dept. of Renewable Resources.” With his passing, ULL no longer provides an opening for students to explore renewable energy, a clear, certain global trend.