Archives for July 2014

U.S. ‘Homeland’ Includes Canada And Mexico On NSA Map (PHOTO)

Just when you thought the NSA surveillance programs couldn’t get any scarier, the spy agency goes ahead and makes Canada part of the U.S. “homeland.” That’s how Canada — as well as Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean — was labeled on an NSA map presented at a Senate Judiciary Committee meeting Wednesday (August, 2013). […]

Trilateral Defense Ministers Meeting Continues to Build North American Security Framework

As an extension of the North American Leaders Summit which was held in February, the defense ministers from the U.S., Canada and Mexico quietly met (in May) to discuss continental security issues. During the conference, they addressed shared defense and security challenges. This includes threats posed by cyber attacks and transnational criminal organizations. The North […]

Matt Grocott, San Carlos, CA Vice Mayor on UN Agenda 21

By way of background, the following question was emailed to Matt Grocott, Vice Mayor of San Carlos, California (mentioned in our post Letter: Billionaires and U.N. agendas on July 28). Matt has served on the City Council since 2001. Sue Lempert writes The Daily Fetch, a news blog covering the San Mateo/Silicon Valley area. Would […]

Letter: Billionaires and U.N. agendas

Editor, Kudos to Matt Grocott for addressing U.N. Agenda 21 in Sue Lempert’s column in the July 21 edition of the Daily Journal. The idea of a “U.N. plot” sounds nutty at first, until you realize the U.N. acts largely as a front for the billionaires and politicos pushing this agenda. Recall that Rockefeller funded […]

Weather Channel Founder on Climate Change: It’s “a Fictional, Manufactured Crisis”

Do you think that the founder of The Weather Channels might be an authority worth listening to when it comes to global warming? It would certainly seem to reason that a man who made a career out of studying the weather might be more of an authority than globalist Al Gore.

This May Be The Biggest Problem With America’s ‘Common Core’ Education Standards

The Common Core — a set of education standards adopted by nearly every U.S. state — was built on the idea that students should be able to think critically rather than just memorize material for tests. It’s a good goal. A common and valid criticism of American education is that it focuses too much on rote […]

Two Moms vs. Common Core

Indiana has become the first state to retreat from the Common Core standards, as Governor Mike Pence (in 2013) signed a bill suspending their implementation. A great deal has been written and spoken about Common Core, but it is worth rehearsing the outlines again. Common Core is a set of math and English standards developed largely with […]

Green Group Under Scrutiny for Trespassing at Woman’s Farm

 “Agenda 21 in Action” The following account illustrates the local corruption going on in communities across the world. Some people stand up – working to salvage liberty for all of us. Thank you Martha Boneta! May your town support you and the rest of America as well. Robert Marmet knew he was supposed to inspect […]