Valiant TRUTH Warrior, Dr. Stan Monteith of Radio Liberty Passed Away — Monday, September 29, 2014

Dr. Stanley Monteith

Dr. Stan­ley Monteith

Dr. Stan Mon­teith, age 85, founder and radio pro­gram host of Radio Lib­erty, broad­cast­ing out of Santa Cruz, Cal­i­for­nia, passed away Sep­tem­ber 29, 2014, of lym­phoma in a hos­pi­tal in Santa Cruz, Cal­i­for­nia. He passed away peace­fully sur­rounded by his loved ones.

Dr. Stan will be greatly missed by his many radio fans across the nation and world­wide (through inter­net). A for­mer ortho­pe­dic sur­geon, he started his radio pro­gram back in 1993 and it con­tin­ued on for 21 years. Orig­i­nally just one hour a day, the pro­gram had grown to five hours a day, five days a week — Mon­day through Fri­day, going out to over 70 other radio sta­tions nation-wide and one pro­gram in the UK. [Con­tinue reading]

Censorship Before the Fact: Prescribing What the Child Does and Believes Invisibly but Reliably Binds the Adult

The prob­lem with cen­sor­ship, apart from the loss of per­sonal lib­erty not to have gov­ern­ments inter­vene in what we think and how we must act, is two-fold if you are a wanna-be Steerer of Human Keels in the 21st Cen­tury. Some infor­ma­tion always gets through and every­one knows that their flow of infor­ma­tion is being reg­u­lated and manip­u­lated. By using K-12 edu­ca­tion glob­ally in the 21st Cen­tury to “con­trol learn­ing expe­ri­ences” or cre­at­ing behav­ioral goals for what stu­dents are to “think and do” and then euphemisti­cally labelling those aims as “stan­dards” or “out­comes,” our Steers­men get to cre­ate what I am going to call Cen­sor­ship Before the Fact. They intend to rule and they get to con­trol what most of us will pay atten­tion to, or ignore, in our daily lives. Plus we will not try to resist what we do not even rec­og­nize is there. [Con­tinue reading]

Private Property Rights Under Attack by Comprehensive Land Use Plans

Paugh - pic of family losing home - Comprehensive Land Use Plans

"Private property must be guarded as priceless freedom. Land owners should reject the sustainable development idea that only government can protect nature, air, soil, water, open spaces, and the poor."Humans have always desired to own a … [Continue reading]

Mr. Big — Edicts from the Mountain

smart meter

The newspaper in Idaho Falls, ID is the Post Register. Yesterday they had an editorial written by a member of [sic] City Council. Apparently, he is a quasi-staff member because the Register allows him a bully pulpit on a regular basis. I found that … [Continue reading]

Security Vulnerabilities of Smart Electricity Meters

"Who controls the off switch?" by Ross Anderson and Shailendra Fuloria.Abstract: We're about to acquire a significant new cybervulnerability. The world's energy utilities are starting to install hundreds of millions of 'smart meters' which … [Continue reading]

Minnesota’s global outlook helps land sustainability conference

Morris Chancelor Jacqueline Johnson

Former heads of state will meet (in Minnesota, Oct. 2015) on democracy, sustainability (Agenda 21). An announcement expected Monday in New York will break the news that Minneapolis will host a major global conference on sustainability that will … [Continue reading]