How to fund AWSC

Without an American World Service Corps, we will continue stumbling into dumb, uninvolved, costly wars... 
by Peoples Lobby [Subscribe] Feb 17, 2008
http://www.dailykos.com/story/2008/2/18/1293/78638/820/458866 
If the populace of the nation, which spends on its military industrial estate more than all the other nations combined, were more directly involved in experiencing and doing public policy, would the Global Village be safer and healthier?

http://www.opednews.com/articles/opedne_dwayne_h_080315_utopia_with_a_peacef.htmopednews.com Dwayne Hunn, March 14. 2008.  

Would you help introduce and enact congressional legislation that would field 21 million American volunteers over the next 27 years to do good at home and abroad if it cost Middle America nothing? People's Lobby citizen-initiated American World Service Corps (AWSC) Congressional Proposals will, with your help, do that.

Congressional Staffer asks: “Should we just do a test model for a few years?”
Indy Bay Media, Dwayne Hunn, Jan 17th, 2008 

People’s Lobby (PLI) citizen-initiated American World Service Corps (AWSC) Congressional Proposals proposes fielding 21 million American volunteers over the ensuing 27 years in such organizations as the Peace Corps, AmeriCorps, Habitat for Humanity, Head Start, Doctors Without Borders, Red Cross, International Rescue Committee, OxFam, Mercy Corps, and State Conservation Corps.  Should Congress introduce PLI’s robust AWSC answer or whittle the proposal down to a smaller model?  http://www.indybay.org/newsitems/2008/01/17/18473185.php  

 

Congressional Staffer asks: “Should we just do a test model for a few years?”  Peoples Lobby [Jan 16, 2008 at Daily Kos

People’s Lobby (PLI) citizen-initiated American World Service Corps (AWSC) Congressional Proposals proposes fielding 21 million American volunteers over the ensuing 27 years in such organizations as the Peace Corps, AmeriCorps, Habitat for Humanity, Head Start, Doctors Without Borders, Red Cross, International Rescue Committee, OxFam, Mercy Corps, and State Conservation Corps. www.WorldServiceCorps.us Should Congress introduce PLI’s robust AWSC answer or whittle the proposal down to a smaller model?

Scared, broke, and still marching to stupid wars… Indy Bay News by Dwayne Hunn Friday Sep 7th, 2007 12:18 PM

We fall into wasteful wars because too few citizens understand domestic and world needs. Our most indelible educations come from first hand experiences. Moving Americans from bumper sticker analysis into meaningful world service does more than screeching complaints about the State of the World. Pressing Congress to enact PLI’s American World Service Corps Congressional Proposals provides indelible learning educations.

"Dividing the number of our military personnel into this incomplete list of pre-emptive war costs, supporting just each of our 1.5 million military personnel for this year costs $773,433..."

Or text at this site Scared, broke and still marching to stupid wars

Scared, broke, and still marching to stupid wars…                                                                                              Op-Ed News, August 24, 2007 Dwayne Hunn  

The 2% Forbes solution to a well-armed Live Earth
Dwayne Hunn, Jul 12th, 2007, Indy Bay Media

Terrorism, poverty, climate change ravages billions. Billions of dollars and millions of peaceful, productive, heroic volunteers are needed to combat this. Even Forbes billionaires like being heroes. One of People’s Lobby’s seven financing mechanisms in its citizen-initiated congressional proposals makes billionaires heroes, by having billionaires fund the fielding of millions of American World Service Corps volunteers.

 

The 2% Forbes solution to a well-armed Live Earth, 

Op-Ed News Dwayne Hunn, July 10, 2007.

What better way to fund the American World Service Corps and create a Live Earth than to inspire the Forbes Richest 400 to finance it with just 2% of their accumulated wealth.

Or at this web site: The 2% Forbes solution to a well-armed Live Earth

“The American World Service Corps Congressional Proposals will stand among our most significant legislation in decades…”

Indy Bay, Dwayne Hunn June 18, 2007 http://www.indybay.org/newsitems/2007/06/18/18428306.php 

At the June 3rd Democratic Presidential Debates, Gravel, Kucinich, and Dodd supported national service and echoed points out of People’s Lobby’s (PLI) citizen-initiated American World Service Corps (AWSC) Congressional Proposals. If you are concerned about our ability to handle man-made and natural disasters and our image, ask your congressional reps to introduce and cosponsor them, and ask all the presidential candidates whether they support PLI’s American World Service Corps Congressional Proposals.

or text at this web site, click:  AWSC Among Most Significant.

This national service works -- American World Service Corps
Indy Bay
News, Dwayne Hunn Thursday May 10th, 2007 

http://www.indybay.org/newsitems/2007/05/10/18413694.php 
or at this web site without picture.
  This national service works.  

It’s 2010 and Hilda and Will have involved Americans in improving the world

Indy Bay News,  February 5, 2007  by Dwayne Hunn 

In the real world, Bill and Melinda, two caring and successful individuals man the gates of the Gates Foundation.  The Gates Foundation will make a tremendous difference in the world.  Peoples Lobby Education Foundation hopes they will recognize that money must be teamed with millions of involved Americans to defeat disease and poverty.  Introducing and implementing the American World Service Corps Congressional Proposals will involve those millions. 

Or read here at this web site.

"It's the economy, stupid..."  So send the World Service Corps San Francisco Bay Indy News by Dwayne Hunn, January 24, 2006.

http://www.indybay.org/news/2006/01/1797907.php 

Our active and reserve military is bleeding. The reports come from not only the experienced Murtha and his insiders, but from more and more military reports. We can dramatically slow our military’s bleeding by reducing the growing pockets of hatred in which our military is increasingly serving. We can move toward stopping the bleeding by sending a robust corps of American nation builders.

 

What scares Americans  

San Francisco Bay Indy News, by Dwayne Hunn, August 17, 2005

http://www.indybay.org/news/2005/08/1760270.php

Traditionally, Americans have been known as characters unafraid to take on big, tough, dangerous jobs. They are admired when they leave a better life for all after completing the tasks. In today’s global village, it is time Americans created a World Service Crops and used it to take on another big task that makes the world better. 

Major Hackett: Training and working together builds winning teams.  San Francisco Bay Indy News, by Dwayne Hunn, July 25, 2005