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It hit the headlines 70 years ago this month, in August 1945: “Atomic Bomb.” Ever since, nuclear weapons have been with us. Some say the world should be without them. Others say the world is safer with them. All we can say for certain is what history tells us: Their first and thus far only use served to end, quickly, the bloodiest war in human history.Read Full Article »
Kids are back on school buses. What are they learning when they get to school? Chances are, not much civics. But our nation needs them to.Read Full Article »
Senator Bill Frist:
“Engaged individuals have the power to push the system. iCitizen is creating an informed connection between citizens and their legislators, enabling people to learn about vital issues and communicate with their elected representatives in new ways.”
Mayor Bill Purcell:
“People want their voices heard in government – not just at election time but also in real time. The new iCitizen platform allows an ongoing conversation with government. At the same time, it gives citizens new tools for informed engagement in public affairs.”
Senator Andrew Rice:
"Our society faces many tough challenges. We need public policies that provide real solutions. People can and must help power needed change – and iCitizen is their engine."