Superior Court (Alameda County) Rules in Favor of ABAG and One Bay Area

Litigation Seeks to Protect the American Form of Government In a result oriented decision, Alameda County Superior Court Judge Evelio Grillo ruled against Freedom Advocates and others in the war over protecting Cities and Counties from a transformation of local government (One Bay Area). The new form of government in the San Francisco Bay Area […]

Thanks, EPA: Your New ‘Navigable Waters’ Rule Strengthens The Case Against Administrative Law

When Congress passed the Clean Water Act in 1972, it was exercising its power to regulate interstate commerce by prohibiting discharges into the nation’s “navigable waters.” If a body of water could be used to transport goods from one state to another, it was covered by the Act. Like so many other statutes enacted over […]

Watch Out for That Puddle, Soon It Could Be Federally Regulated

FA Note:  This Op-Ed appeared in the Wall Street Journal December 7, 2014. The authors are Reed Hopper and Todd Gaziano, with Pacific Legal Foundation. The EPA wants to redefine ‘the waters of the United States’ to mean virtually any wet spot in the country. Earlier this year the Environmental Protection Agency and Army Corps […]

County schools’ ROP gets $35K grant

FA NOTE: Common Core? – The Brainwashing of Kids to Accept Water Scarcity SAN BERNARDINO CALIFORNIA— The San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools’ Regional Occupational Program has received a $35,000 grant to support new high school classes that address water issues in California. The programs are expected to develop new standards-based model curriculum that promote […]

‘Unprecedented Mobilization’: Hundred Thousand Rise Against Irish Water Tax

FA Note: Around the world water is being collectivized through “privatization”. The goal is to get water out of the hands of individuals. Control the water – control the people. Via centralized water people will be forced to live where and how those in control desire. Centralization of water means you will live where you […]

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, […]

John McCain Trying to Use NDAA to Give Tonto National Forest to a British Mining Company

I think at a certain point one has to understand that globalization amounts to treason. These greedy Vichy politicians we have in Washington need to be removed before they hand over everything in the country that isn’t nailed to the floor. This is Tonto National Forest. It is yours. It is this country’s fifth largest forest […]

The Government Owns Over 623 Million Acres. Why Does It Need More?

Insatiable ­– that would seem to be the word that best describes the appetite of some in Congress and their friends in the environmental community. Congress has added over 450 pages to the defense authorization bill to designate wilderness, create new parks, designate Wild and Scenic Rivers and fund National Heritage areas – things that have […]