We have a new President-elect who is putting together a powerful cabinet full of extremely knowledgeable, successful individuals. Individuals who, in most cases, will take one (or more) of the pieces of Agenda 21 policy and throw it on the scrape pile of history.
It would be easy for those not knowledgeable about Agenda 21 to think those against Climate Change are anti-environment. Nothing could be further from the truth. We are pro-environment but not at the price of our personal or economic freedoms. Too many environmental regulations result in the taking of money out of the pockets of the average citizen; money which may be needed to pay the mortgage, feed the kids, etc. These regulations also often compromise our constitutionally guaranteed property rights. A balance must be struck; one that balances the needs of the planet against the needs of the people who live on the planet.
Watch this video to decide for yourself if Rick Perry, Trump’s pick for Secretary of Energy, and Ryan Zinke, Trump’s Pick for Secretary of Interior, will strike the right balance between the environment, economics, and energy, by clicking on this link.
And then there is Scott Pruitt, Trump’s Pick for the EPA. Pruitt is an opponent of manmade Climate Change along with its onerous regulations and a proponent of fossil fuels. Please watch this short video produced by CNN. Note, the points made by CNN in this video are presented in a way that would make their liberal base upset at this pick, but in contrast the video makes me want to find Scott Pruitt and give him a great big old hug! To watch this very short video, click on this link.
As you know, the Federal Government, through the Water of the U.S. rule (an extension of the Clean Water Act of 1972) is trying to federalize, take control of, all the water in the United States. As you also know, a group of states led by North Dakota was successful in putting a halt to the effort (at least until further study is done). The question to be asked is the regulation halted in all 50 states or just in the states included in the North Dakota lead law suit? To learn the answer to this question, click on this link.
This 5 minute video is great for any number of reasons. First you get to watch Ted Cruz patiently put up with a still wet-behind-the-ears Greenie’s stupid questions and rudeness, before Cruz annihilates him with facts and logic about Climate Change.
Second, if you compare the title above the video, to the title on the video, you can see, that the pathetic pup who asked the question of Cruz, even after the whole conversation was over, did not even realize that Ted had handed him his head on a plate; more proof that the education that our youths are receiving is woefully inadequate. To watch this short video, click on this link.
As you likely know, on June 29, 2015 the Supreme Court ruled the EPA must take into account the cost of their regulations on the energy industry. The Supreme Court is to be lauded for this decision. It is a step in the right direction. If the EPA can be held to this new restriction, perhaps the coal industry can survive and continue to provide reasonably priced electricity for the citizens. Otherwise, all bets are off. To learn more, click on this link.
Missouri Representative Mike Moon appears unwilling to allow the veto last year by the Missouri governor of a bill to stop property right infringement through the use of Agenda 21 policies to remain unchallenged. On December 12, 2014, Representative Moon introduced House Bill 216. While currently not on the House of Representative calendar, we must hope for its further advancement, as what happens in other states affects our own. To learn more click on this link.
Are you perhaps looking for a way to teach others about Agenda 21 without lecturing, or, perhaps because of the complexity of the topic, you just would not know where to begin. Possibly BLUE, an independently funded and filmed documentary by director JD King, is the answer. This 58 minute video, using example taken from the lives of actual citizens, will challenge the idea that the environmental movement is about protecting the environment or that the environmentalist are the best stewards of the land. To learn more about this movie and how to order it follow this link.
The author of this newsletter firmly believes her readers understand the Wildlands Project, and likely are not too concerned if its name has been changed. This article is being included for three different reasons.
First, the article leads with a very good explanation of why, even if Bambi had a massive amount of land on which to roam, the country folks still must be relocated to town.
Second, the article goes on to provide evidence that in 1998 a state government agency tried to get a local government to close its own roads to force its own citizen’s into town.”
The third reason the article is valuable because it ends with,
“So if you live in a rural area, pay attention to some of the policies that are being carried out by local government agencies. You should be especially suspicious of anything that is done in the name of environmentalism.”
To read this article, please click on this link.