Archives for September 18, 2014


Rur­al landown­ers who desire to use their own prop­er­ty are shocked when they learn new reg­u­la­tions increas­ing­ly restrict them from doing almost any­thing. These reg­u­la­tions osten­si­bly pro­tect endan­gered species, view­sheds, open space, or a host of oth­er rea­sons for lim­it­ing the own­ers rights to use their land. Although the envi­ron­ment and soci­ety alleged­ly ben­e­fit from […]

Jim Beers responds to San Francisco anti-dairy advertising

BART is the Bay Area Rapid Tran­sit dis­trict Anti-Dairy Ads on BART Urge Com­muters to Bathe Exact­ly as the poi­son of ille­gal drugs is the root cause of so much vio­lent and debil­i­tat­ing crime, and just as the army of poor chil­dren born annu­al­ly into father­less homes to be raised like weeds by elder­ly rel­a­tives is […]

How Agenda 21 influences the Bradley County BCC 2035 joint strategic plan

This fol­low-up is relat­ed to our Sep­tem­ber 18 post, UN’s Inter­na­tion­al Build­ing Codes, nec­es­sary tool for Agen­da 21 imple­men­ta­tion. The Bradley Coun­ty, Ten­nessee, Board of Com­mis­sion­ers vot­ed this week to adopt the pro­posed 2035 Joint Strate­gic Plan. The post below is an exam­ple of local Agen­da 21 oppo­nents’ efforts to stop imple­men­ta­tion through edu­ca­tion, pub­lic awareness, […]