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Victory in the Making

April 23, 2010 | 0 Comments

By Henry Lamb, 4/23/2010 - Houston County Landowners Concerned About Property Rights has been working for years to prevent a "Comprehensive Plan," contrived in the pursuit of sustainable development. The county adopted a comprehensive plan that ignored private property rights and the principles of freedom. Landowners fought back. This is a recent alert from Henry Lamb of Sovereignty International, Inc.


Sustainable Agriculture – A Relatively New Globalization Process

December 15, 2009 | 0 Comments

By Don Casey, 12/15/2009 - We read glowing reports and articles about "Sustainable Agriculture." It is difficult to create an awareness of the potential harm because the verbiage and slogans used sound so benevolent. The reality is that foodshed regulations will give environmental groups and government agencies control over all means of production of the food consumed by the American people. Through increased taxation and regulation, American citizens will be stripped of their wealth and property and all resources will be redistributed as government sees fit.


Follow the Money on TeenScreen: Psychological Testing in Schools

May 8, 2007 | 0 Comments

By EdWatch, 5/8/2007 - This is an enormous conflict of interest: National Alliance for the Mentally Ill (NAMI) fronts for and is funded by drug companies as an "advocacy" group for the mentally ill; NAMI pushes government programs and grants that lead to the wildly increased use of dangerous, ineffective, and expensive drugs on children...


New “Clean Water” Legislation Redefines The Term “Navigable”

May 2, 2007 | 0 Comments

By Jim Beers, 5/2/2007 - The Clean Water Authority Restoration Act (CWARA) moves the Clean Water Act (CWA) beyond protecting wetlands and waterways, and creates legislation that would regulate nearly every wet area in the nation. This could include ditches, farm ponds and possibly groundwater. "Navigable" is the one little word deleted from the Clean Water Act.


Is There Really a Fatherhood Crisis?

June 15, 2004 | 0 Comments

WASHINGTON, D.C., 6/15/2004 - The American ideal assumes that self governance begins with the family. Fatherhood has been under a long-term attack in America. For some, the motive for this attack goes to the core of the battle about the role of government. Modern political philosophers understand that with the emergence of a global collective, the governing role of family diminishes as central government assumes the greater authority over marriage and children. Dr. Stephan Baskerville of Howard University examines how family law in America works to destroy family units and family authority.


Regional Governance is Here

March 3, 2004 | 0 Comments

By Henry Lamb, 3/3/2004 - Few people realize that regional commissions even exist, or the growing influence they have over the lives of ordinary people, by providing the mechanism through which appointed individuals, rather than elected officials, develop public policy. 


What Has Government Done to our Families?

February 5, 2004 | 0 Comments

By Allan Carlson, 2/5/2004 -

There are consequences when a country's children are raised by the State. Allan Carlson examines the historical example of Swedish government education.


ESA: Flawed Law

April 28, 2003 | 0 Comments

4/28/2003 - Summary: The ESA has become a most effective tool in the hands of the preservationists and those intent on destroying the livelihoods of millions of Americans. T. R. Mader, Research Director for the Abundant Wildlife Society of North America tells how and offers solutions.