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Water Water Everywhere and Pushing Back Against A Supreme Court Justice

November 9, 2005 | 0 Comments

11/9/2005 - Host Roy Avila with guests Jeannie Soderman and Logan Clements. Soderman discusses how the World Bank water policy affects individuals on the local level. Clements discusses Kelo vs. City of New London, which unleashed eminent domain abuse, and his effort to apply this to Supreme Court Justice David Souter in the Lost Liberty Hotel. [...]

Fed-Ed: Indoctrinating Global Citizens – Michael Chapman on F21SC Radio

March 17, 2004 | 0 Comments

3/17/2004 - An in-depth look at the Government School System. Michael Chapman is an educational researcher and author. His efforts have uncovered direct links between the restructuring of public schools and Sustainable Development. This show focuses on what to do with your child's education. [...]

Exposing Santa Cruz

March 17, 2004 | 0 Comments

3/17/2004 - Michael Shaw and Lisa Rudnick examine Sustainable policies in the rural and urban areas of Santa Cruz. Your town faces the same destiny unless you learn how to shine the light on your town's emerging soviet. [...]

Fire Protection and the ESA: Ric Frost on F21SC Radio

June 16, 2004 | 0 Comments

6/16/2004 - Lisa Rudnick and Mr. Ric Frost talk on many of the current fire issues and how they relate to the Endangered Species Act. Mr. Frost explains how it is private stewardship of the land and not government that will best safeguard us from another tragedy. [...]

Restoring Liberty: Kent Snyder on F21SC Radio

June 23, 2004 | 0 Comments

6/23/2004 - Kent Snyder, Executive Director of the Liberty Committee, discusses the constant drive toward centralized power in Congress and the growing contingent of legislators who work to advance liberty and restore the constitutional administration of government. [...]

Emergence of the American Soviet: Michael Shaw on F21SC Radio

November 17, 2004 | 0 Comments

11/17/2004 - When the Soviet leader Nikita Kruschev uttered these words decades ago, they were considered an idle threat -- typical Cold War rhetoric. Now, as Sustainable Development spreads globally and imposes locally its soft-sounding but hard-hitting restrictions on the lives of all, it has become obvious that his prediction is on the mark. Michael Shaw will expose the emergence of an American Soviet, with an enlightening explanation of the political dynamics that make this unthinkable event possible. [...]
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