This is an excellently written article that explains how the federal government created regionalism with the intent of using it to replace local control and as an aid in taking our private property rights. When local government meets their short term needs by accepting grants from their regional governement, local government is cooperating in the very process that will make local control obsolete. Please click on this link to learn more. link
Regionalism:Sneaking America Into World Governance
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