Archives for December 17, 2014

Sen. Sessions: ‘Super-Elites in Washington and Wall Street Dream of World Without Borders’

FA Sum­ma­ry: Agen­da 21 seeks the abo­li­tion of bor­ders and the eco­nom­ic equal­iza­tion of peo­ple across the world. After twen­ty years of imple­men­ta­tion the plan is work­ing! In a speech deliv­ered on the Sen­ate floor Fri­day as the Sen­ate was debat­ing a 1,603-page gov­ern­ment fund­ing bill that will per­mit Pres­i­dent Oba­ma to spend tax dollars […]

Anita Hoge’s Call to Activism

What Cit­i­zens Can Do Ani­ta Hoge’s ground­break­ing arti­cle, “The Great­est Christ­mas Present to Amer­i­ca 2014,” pub­lished yes­ter­day on abc­sof­dumb­down is now also post­ed on NewsWith­Views. Ani­ta has now fol­lowed up with some impor­tant activism. She advis­es: My arti­cle gives a link for every state to look up their Nation­al Cen­ter for Edu­ca­tion Sta­tis­tics (NCES) grant for […]

WA parents get custody of babies taken after unassisted births

BELLINGHAM, Wash. — Three Belling­ham chil­dren tak­en from their par­ents by CPS are now home, but they are still under state pro­tec­tion. Eri­ca May Carey and Cleave Ren­go appeared in court on Fri­day. With­in an hour after the judge’s rul­ing, they picked up their 1‑year-old son and 8‑week-old twins from the Belling­ham CPS office. “It’s […]

Prof: ‘Elf on the Shelf’ conditions kids to accept surveillance state

TORONTO – Could there be some­thing more sin­is­ter behind the lit­tle elf sit­ting on the shelf who returns to the North Pole each night? Yes, says Lau­ra Pin­to, a dig­i­tal tech­nol­o­gy pro­fes­sor at the Uni­ver­si­ty of Ontario Insti­tute of Tech­nol­o­gy. She recent­ly pub­lished a paper titled “Who’s the Boss” on the doll, say­ing the idea of […]

The Bogeyman has entered the nursery

More fright­en­ing than any­thing else: In the night­mare world pro­gres­sives are design­ing for civ­il soci­ety, lit­tle tots are no longer your lit­tle tots.  They are gov­­ern­­ment-sought human resources to be raised as tomorrow’s anar­chists. “On Wednes­day, the White House Sum­mit on Ear­ly Edu­ca­tion will unveil near­ly $1 bil­lion in new “invest­ments” to “expand access to high-quality […]

A vast land grab to ‘protect’ water

ANALYSIS/OPINION In Novem­ber, com­ments closed on a pro­pos­al by the Envi­ron­men­tal Pro­tec­tion Agency and the U.S. Army Corps of Engi­neers to rede­fine “waters of the Unit­ed States,” as set forth in the Clean Water Act of 1977. While Sen. Edmund Muskie, Maine Demo­c­rat, author of the 1977 law, required 88 pages for his entire statute, […]

CIA Chief (Petraeus): We’ll Spy on You Through Your Dishwasher

More and more per­son­al and house­hold devices are con­nect­ing to the inter­net, from your tele­vi­sion to your car nav­i­ga­tion sys­tems to your light switch­es. CIA Direc­tor David Petraeus can­not wait to spy on you through them. Ear­li­er this month (March, 2012), Petraeus mused about the emer­gence of an “Inter­net of Things” — that is, wired […]

Land protection credits come under fire in Virginia

RICHMOND, Va. – Con­ser­va­tion ease­ments that sup­pos­ed­ly pro­tect Vir­ginia lands from devel­op­ment are com­ing under increas­ing fire for abu­sive prac­tices. One law­mak­er calls the sit­u­a­tion at a Fauquier Coun­ty farm “a trav­es­ty.” Oth­ers wor­ry that untold mil­lions of pub­lic dol­lars are dis­ap­pear­ing into pri­vate coffers.