Monthly Archives: December 2014

5 Most Viewed Posts on One World House

  Looking back on the first year and a half of One World House, here are the five most viewed posts: 1. That Day When 125 Oklahoma United Methodist Ministers Stood Up Publicly for Marriage Equality and Full Participation of LGBT … Continue reading

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2014 in review

WordPress.com prepared a 2014 annual report for this blog. Thank you to all who have read posts on the blog and engaged One World House in some way. At this time, there have been 7,631 views in 2014. In 2015, I … Continue reading

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I Follow a Middle Eastern Person Who Was Tortured and Executed by the Governing Authorities

As an American, I live in a nation where the majority of persons now approve of the use of torture (around 59% according to an ABC/Washington Post poll). A majority of Americans also approve of state sponsored execution (around 63% … Continue reading

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An Open Letter to President Obama After the Senate Torture Report

December 14, 2014 Dear President Obama During your 2008 campaign for president, you said you would close Guantanamo, but you did not. You said you were against torture, yet you continue to employ a CIA Director who defends torture and … Continue reading

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