Remember, remember
always, that all of us ... are
descended from
immigrants and
revolutionists.

-=Franklin D. Roosevelt
before the Daughters of the
American Revolution=-



We hold these truths to be
self evident, that all men are
created equal, that they are
endowed by their Creator
with certain inalienable
rights, that among these
are life, liberty and the
pursuit of happiness.

-=The Declaration of
Independence of the
Thirteen Colonies=-



It has pleased Almighty God
... He has largely
augmented our free
population by emancipation
and by immigration, while
he has opened to us new
sources of wealth, and has
crowned the labor of our
working-men in every
department of industry with
abundant rewards.

-=President Abraham
Lincoln's 1864
Thanksgiving

Proclamation=-



One more Quote for those
inclined:

O, wonder!
How many goodly creatures
are there here!
How beauteous mankind is!
O brave new world,
That has such people in't!


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BOOKS

OSHA Compliance And Management Handbook, Noyes Publications, 1993. You May Order Book by Clicking Here.

How to Manage Workplace Derived Hazards and Avoid Liability, Noyes Publications, 1987. You May Order Book by Clicking Here.

ARTICLES

Immigration policy is a federal job, Your voice: Charleston C. K. Wang. CINCINNATI ENQUIRER Editorial Page at C14, February 23,
2006

CONFUCIUS - The Key to Doing Business in the Pacific Rim in the 21st Century

Constitution, Founders Clear: Religion, State Must be Separate (These United States Shall Not Establish Religion), CINCINNATI
BUSINESS COURIER, September 5, 2005 at 13.

World Must Continue To Give Money, Resources to Help Tsunami Victims, CINCINNATI BUSINESS COURIER, February 25, 2005
at 16.

Yes, English is What We Speak Here, THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER, January 11, 2005 at B6,

Iraq in Danger of Igniting into Religious War, THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER, Sunday May 23, 2004 at E-3.

Immigration Reform Can Help Ease Medicare Crisis, CINCINNATI BUSINESS COURIER, April 4, 2003 at 47.

This American Promise, THE GUILFORDIAN. March 21, 2003.

Democracy Cannot be Forced upon Iraq, THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER, July 24, 2003 at C-13.

Break the Glass in Emergencies, THE CINCINNATI POST, June 3, 2003 at 7A.

We Don't Need Iraq's "Pandora's Box" Opened Here, CINCINNATI BUSINESS COURIER, January 31, 2003 at 43.

California's Meddling Root of Energy Crisis, CINCINNATI BUSINESS COURIER, January 26, 2001 at 63.

Will Chinese Consumers Choose Butter Over Tofu? CINCINNATI BUSINESS COURIER, June 9, 2000 at 63.

Business, Labor Agree: Immigrants Needed, CINCINNATI BUSINESS COURIER, March 17, 2000 at 63.

Concerning China, Taiwan's Best Friend is the Formosa Strait, THE CINCINNATI POST, March 21, 2000 at 11A.

American Must Decide Whether China is Friend or Foe, THE CINCINNATI POST, June 24, 1999 at 18A,

Don't Lose Faith: Asian Marketplace will Recover, CINCINNATI BUSINESS COURIER, November 20, 1998 at 59.

Asia Cannot Afford to Go Amok, THE CINCINNATI POST, June 1, 1998, at A-7.

Beware of Toxic Terrorism, THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER, October 8, 1997 at A-15

Northern Kentucky Not "Stealing" Cincinnati's Investments, CINCINNATI BUSINESS COURIER, July 4, 1997 at 48.

The Increasing Importance of Criminal Laws in Environmental Compliance, THE NATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL JOURNAL,
October 1994 at 20-22.

It Will Take Planning and Cooperation to Clean Cincinnati's Air. THE CINCINNATI POST, August 22, 1994 at 8A.

The Dangerous "Starter Drugs," THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER, September 23, 1993 at A-15.

After Clinton's Incinerator Moratorium, NIMBY is Fallacy, CINCINNATI BUSINESS COURIER, May 24, 1993 at 29.

Employers, Not OSHA, Responsible, THE GREATER CINCINNATI BUSINESS RECORD, September 23, 1991 at 6.

Drug and Alcohol Testing of Employees as a Function of Safety Management, at 29-32, PROFESSIONAL SAFETY (July 1991).

The Place of Asian Americans, THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER, December 15, 1990 at A-10.

The Wisdom of Mother Goose, THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER, October 20, 1990 at A-8/Comment

Reborn Environmental Activism, THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER, November 16, 1989 at A-18/Comment

The Agony of a Changing China, THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER, June 18, 1989 at F-3 / Sunday Forum.

Through Cooperation, Working With Lawyers Can Go Smoothly, at 48-50, OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY (June 1986).

Proving Chemical Injuries on the Job, THE BRIEF (Fall 1985; American Bar Association ABA Tort and Insurance Practice Section).

Joint and Several Liability Under Superfund, Paper presented on November 15, 1985 at the 1985 Annual National Meeting of the
American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE), Chicago, Illinois.

A 3-E Quantitative Decision Model of Toxic Substance Control Through Control Technology Use in the Industrial Environment, 12
JOURNAL OF HAZARDOUS MATERIALS at 65-86 (1985). Paper presented on March 1, 1982 at the 1982 Winter National Meeting
of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers, Orlando, Florida.

A Primer on the Hazardous Waste Lawsuit, HAZARDOUS MATERIALS AND WASTE MANAGEMENT at 30-34 (July/August
1985).

Hazardous Waste and the Common Law Theories of Liability: A Primer for Chemical Engineers. Presented at the August 1984 Summer
National Meeting of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers, Philadelphia Pennsylvania. Reprinted in ENVIRONMENTAL
PROGRESS at 52-56 (February 1985).

Minimizing Worker Exposure During Solid Material Sampling: Strategy for Effective Control Technology. Paper presented at the March
1984 Winter National Meeting of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers, Atlanta, Georgia. Reprinted in CHEMICAL
ENGINEERING PROGRESS at 53-58 (September 1984).

Simulation of the Manufacture of a Chemical Product in a Competitive Environment, CHEMICAL ENGINEERING EDUCATION at
76-87 (Spring 1982).

Why Cincinnati Needs a Right-To-Know Ordinance,
CINCINNATI POST, November 3, 1981 at 7A.

Occupational Diseases Caused by Toxic Chemical Agents And Apportionment Through the Kentucky Special Fund. (1982).    Click here
to read.

LAW REVIEW ARTICLES

Religious Accommodation Versus Union Security: A Tale of Two Statutes, 9 NORTHERN KENTUCKY LAW REVIEW 331
(Symposium on the Religious Clauses: Significant Issues in the Eighties, 1982).  
Click here to read.

Carcinogens, Toxic Agents, Worker Health, Cost Benefit Analysis and the Clamor for Reasonable OSHA Regulations: A Survey of
Judicial and Other Answers to a Complex Socio-Technological Controversy, 8 NORTHERN KENTUCKY LAW REVIEW 589 (1981).
Click here to read.

Disclosure of Company Medical Records for Occupational Health Research: A Balancing of Government, Employer, and Employee
Interests, Second Prize, John P. Rattigan, M.D. Memorial Student Essay Competition, American Society of Law and Medicine, 1982.  
Click here to read.

NIOSH REPORTS

Walk Through Report of Control Technology for Chemical Batch Unit Operations at ARCO Chemical Company, Monaca, Pennsylvania,
1984.

Walk Through Report of Control Technology for Chemical Batch Unit Operations at W. R. Grace Company, Deer Park, Texas, 1984.

Walk Through Report of Control Technology for Chemical Batch Unit Operations at Mobil Chemical Company, Charleston Heights,
South Carolina, 1984.

Walk Through Report of Control Technology for Chemical Batch Unit Operations at BASF Wyandotte, Geismar, Lousiana, 1984.

A Survey of Control Technology in Solid Material Sampling, 1983.

In-depth Survey Report of the Solid Material Sampling Operations at the Cabot-Berylco Beryllium Alloy Plant in Reading,
Pennsylvania, 1982.

Preliminary Survey Report of the Solid Material Bagging and Sampling Operations at the Stauffer SodiumMetasilicate Plant in Joliet,
Illinois, 1982.

Preliminary Survey Report of the Solid Material Bagging, Conveying, and Sampling Operations at the W.R. Grace Silica Gel Plant in
Cincinnati, Ohio, 1981.


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