Wednesday, July 14, 2010

John Gray's official campaign Web site offers clear, concise, common-sense platform

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John L. Gray, candidate for U.S. SenateJohn Gray, Arkansas Green Party candidate for U.S. Senate. I am John Gray, a retired Engineer, currently serving as the Mayor of Greenland, AR.The main planks in my platform include:National Self Sufficiency:  Everything we need—for domestic and national security—should be produced in American owned plants, in the U.S.A., by companies headquartered here.Medicare For All:  A full service healthcare to meet physical, dental, vision, and psychiatric needs of every American, one service for all, including those elected to government office.Restore the Traditional Tariff System:  The tariff system, which served the United States of America well until the time of Ronald Reagan, made us the strongest, richest CREDITOR Nation in the world for over 200 years. Globalization made us the greatest DEBTOR nation in the world.End Corporate Personhood:  Corporations claim the same constitutional rights as you or I, allowing for questionable, if not immoral business practice.Enforce Anti-Trust Laws:  Corporations too big to fail are too big to exist.End Resource Wars:  The “Golden Rule” says we should treat other countries as we would have them treat us. The practice of destabilizing foreign governments for corporate interests should be relegated to he history books, not ongoing policy.Resist Corporate Rule of America!AR Congressional MembersEconomy in Crisis©2009-2010 John Gray for U.S. Senate, all rights reserved. No portion of this website may be reproduced without the express written consent of John Gray.Web Designs by Xpressions, Graphics SpecialistsContact the CandidatePrivacy Policy

Tuesday, July 13, 2010

John Gray reviews important book on how British Petroleum gained power and wealth in Iran

John Gray talks about failures of American efforts to use free trade and military action overseas to maintain our economy

John Gray explains how to reduce expenses on bottled water

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NCAT announces that Arkansas among 3 states chosen to launch National Energy Corps program

Arkansas Chosen as One of 3 States to Launch National Energy Corps Program



The National Center for Appropriate Technology (NCAT) is pleased to announce that it has been awarded funding from the Corporation for National and Community Service to launch the National Energy Corps AmeriCorps program.

By forming collaborations with local non-profit organizations, community action agencies, local governments and energy service organizations, the National Energy Corps initiative will foster community sustainability by addressing the core challenges of clean energy:

*  Hands-on Energy Assistance
*  Energy Education and Outreach
*  Community Energy Planning and Organizing
*  Green Jobs Training and Skills Development

The National Energy Corps program is an AmeriCorps initiative of the National Center for Appropriate Technology (NCAT) in cooperation with The Corporation for National and Community Service that was created to address unmet community energy needs by promoting sustainable energy consumption and
education, fostering community sustainability and helping to mitigate the effects of global climate change.

The National Energy Corps initiative builds on the success of the Montana Energy Corps pilot, a program funded by the Montana Governor’s Office of Community Service. Since October of 2009, Energy Corps members in Montana have been busy assisting with weatherization services for low-incomes areas,
developing clean energy awareness campaigns for communities and performing community building energy audits on reservations.

“We see a need for sustainable energy services across the country,” says Energy Corps Program Director Holly Hill. “The Energy Corps program has been a great success in Montana and we hope we can replicate that success on a larger scale.”

As a product of the successful Montana Energy Corps program, the National Energy Corps initiative will launch this fall in three additional states, Pennsylvania, Iowa and Arkansas. The Arkansas Energy Corps program will be managed by the NCAT Southeast Regional Office, located in Fayetteville, Arkansas.
NCAT Southeast Regional Office Director Margo Hale says, “The Southeast Regional office is thrilled to be one of three states to launch the National Energy Corps initiative. This is a great opportunity for our region and our state.”

Arkansas will have approximately 15 National Energy Corps positions available, beginning in September 2010. Energy Corps members will serve an 11 month term of service and receive the same benefits as an AmeriCorps member, which include a monthly living stipend, an education award, health insurance
and a experience of a lifetime providing direct services to their community. National Energy Corps members will be placed with host organizations in communities throughout the state of Arkansas to implement solutions for sustainable energy.

NCAT is currently accepting applications from non-profit organizations interested in hosting an Energy Corps member. Host organizations will be required to provide a detailed description of how an Energy Corps member working for their program will facilitate clean energy-related services.

Applications for host organizations must be submitted by the close of business by July 20, 2010. More detailed information regarding this partnership opportunity is available by reviewing the full application instructions attached or by contacting Holly Hill at 406-494-8652/hollyh@ncat.org or Melissa Terry at 479.575.1382/melissat@ncat.org.


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The National Center for Appropriate Technology is a nonprofit organization founded in 1976. NCAT’s innovative and diverse projects in the fields of
sustainable energy, sustainable agriculture and rural community development are supported by foundations, government/private sector grants and contracts, as well as through individual contributions and memberships.




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AR Energy Corps Coordinator
National Center for Appropriate Technology
SE Field Office
207 W. Center
Fayetteville, AR  72701
www.ncat.org
479.575.1385