Companies, when they accept subsidies to promote not-ready-for-prime-time alternative energies, are doing more harm than just taking money from the tax-payer’s wallets and damaging the federal budget. These companies in return for taking the federal dollars are expected to use their advertising dollars to indoctrinate the American citizen to the “reality” of Climate Change and the necessity of down-sizing their lives, their economy, and their freedoms? Of equal harm, these companies are being bribed to abandon the free-market principles that made these companies great in the first place. To read more about this dangerous crony capitalism, click on 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.
It is critical organizations like the Sierra Club be exposed for what they are and are not. They are not an environmental organization. They are an arm of the Progressive Party. This short video proves the Sierra Club uses “bait and switch” tactics to redirect monies they are given into the coffers of other Leftist organizations. To watch Brune squirm under Carlson questioning, click on this link.
An impermeable surface is a surface that does not let fluid run through it.
Environmentalists want us to believe that the water that runs off of impermeable surfaces like asphalt driveways and roofs increases pollution. Using this logic the environmentalists feel, even if they do not have the support of the taxpayers, it is necessary to tax homes, businesses, and churches based on the amount of impermeable surfaces they have.
In Prince George’s County Maryland some of the churches are volunteering, in exchange for a reduction in the impermeable surface tax, to indoctrinate their congregations on the rightness of the environmental movement and social justice. To learn more click on this link.