Biparty act would attempt to undo damage caused by industrial technology
On July 25, 2019, a bipartisan group of senators, including Senator Mike Braun, R-Indiana, introduced the Clean Industrial Technology Act of 2019. The law proposes “to establish an agenda to encourage innovation and improve industrial competitiveness . the United States by developing technologies to reduce emissions from non-energy industrial sectors. The CIT law of 2019 would require the Ministry of Energy to establish a program, as well as appoint an advisory board, dedicated to the research, development, demonstration and commercial application of industrial emission reduction technologies. .
Congress must pass this bipartisan law because it attempts to undo the damage caused by industrial technology. When nature is manipulated for the end of unattached technological innovation, goods, materials and people become redundant. The industrial sector was responsible for 22% of total U.S. greenhouse gas emissions in 2018. By using fossil fuels rather than greener energy sources, the industrial sector endangers people and the planet . Pope Francis writes: “The immense technological development has not been accompanied by a development of human responsibility. It is time for technology and human responsibility to advance simultaneously. Call on Indiana’s elected officials to support their colleague Hoosier Braun and pass the 2019 CIT law.
I am writing to you in response to Rebecca Gaff’s letter of January 30 regarding the “right” to terminate a pregnancy. I agree that a woman’s body is her body. If she wants to have a tummy tuck, facelift, etc., go for it (although I hope she realizes that she is beautiful the way she is). However, when you get pregnant there are now two individual bodies. That of the woman and that of the baby. God only gave women a womb. With the misinformed mindset about abortion, women’s bellies become tombs. Abortions and contraceptives can cause health problems for women. Please choose life.
In a recent interview, Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi was asked what guided her in her decision-making. She said she always wondered how it affected the children. He is a wonderful guide. Children have been taken from their parents at the border, their drinking water has been contaminated with lead, many go to bed hungry at night, and they may end up with an uninhabitable world. When making decisions, each of us should ask ourselves the same question.
Thomas J. Réa