Today on Blogcritics
Home » Tag Archives: Dwight Eisenhower

Tag Archives: Dwight Eisenhower

Road to Nuclear Test Ban Started Today

President Dwight Eisenhower called for nuclear test ban treaty negotiations on August 22nd, 1958.

On this day in history the long and still unfinished journey to a nuclear test ban treaty got its start. Read More »

Eisenhower Believed Allied Victory Was Inspiration for Fighting Global Hunger

If America has enough resolve to battle world hunger, we can take the greatest step there is toward world peace. Read More »

President Obama to Make Speech About Global Hunger Crisis

The challenge facing President Obama is to rally support for fighting global hunger. Read More »

Starting a Peace Race with the Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty

We need to challenge all these countries. But not to an arms race; rather, to what President Kennedy called a "peace race." Read More »

When Santa, Rudolph, and Eisenhower Took on Global Hunger

There is no better gift we can give this Christmas or year round than food for the world’s hungry. Read More »

The Battle of the Bulge and Fighting Global Hunger

Hunger continues to be the deadly companion of conflict and poverty around the globe. Read More »

Want to Cut Spending and Build Peace? Invest in Child Nutrition

If Congress is serious about savings, then it should look to investing in child nutrition at home and abroad. Read More »

Food for Peace, CRS Working to Feed the Hungry in East Africa

The Food for Peace program saves lives. It represents the very best of America. Read More »

Obama, Congress Should Copy JFK’s First Days in Office and Protect the Hungry

President Obama and the Congress, as they grapple with the federal budget, also need to protect the hungry. Read More »

Senate Urged to Support Food for Peace Program

The Senate needs to stand united and fight global hunger with Food for Peace. Read More »