Santa Cruz County

Debate on Agenda 21

June 1, 2013 | 0 Comments

6/1/2013 - Professor of Community Studies, UC-Santa Cruz and Five-time City Mayor, Mike Rotkin debates Founders, Michael Shaw and Joanne Nathan. Helpful for those wanting to understand the mindset of communitarian politicians. This was a follow-up to the prior week’s KSCO Saturday Special (Santa Cruz, CA) on 5/25/2013. [...]

Transit Corridor Plans: Cramped Quarters and Limited Mobility

November 30, 2012 | 0 Comments

By Freedom Advocates, 11/30/2012 -

Henry Baker, Deputy Director of the Planning Department (circa 1972) told the Santa Cruz County Board of Supervisors, “…make auto usage difficult, costly, and inconvenient. Permit road congestion to increase.” Santa Cruz provides a roadmap for what you can expect.


Agenda 21 is in Your Community

October 21, 2012 | 0 Comments

Michael Shaw presents “Agenda 21 is in Your Community” at the Radio Liberty Seminar in Central California, October 21, [...]

Globalism Through Regionalism

October 23, 2011 | 0 Comments

Michael Shaw presents "Globalism Through Regionalism" at the Radio Liberty Seminar in Central California, October 23, 2011. [...]

Window of Opportunity for Santa Cruz Property Owners

July 27, 2011 | 0 Comments

By Freedom Advocates, 7/27/2011 -

Fall 2011 Update - Santa Cruz County Property Owner, Paul Carrick takes case to U.S. Supreme Court Update: WATCH KSBW TV News on Another Santa Cruz County Property Rights Victory! Then ask, Was Your "Notice of Violation" Legal? There is now a window of opportunity to get these notices expunged from your property title report. As a result of a courageous and perseverant property owner by the name of Paul Carrick, Santa Cruz County was found to be in violation of proper processes for filing Notices of Violation by the San Jose 6th District Appellate Court. [...]

Exposing the ‘System’ in Santa Cruz

May 7, 2011 | 0 Comments

5/7/2011 - Michael Shaw interviews leaders from the Santa Cruz Freedom Forum, a victorious litigant battling Santa Cruz's vicious 'Red Tag' policy, and hosts a discussion on ICLEI. [...]
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