Regionalism: Obama’s Quiet Anti-Suburban Revolution

The consensus response to President Obama’s Knox College speech on the economy is that the administration has been reduced to pushing a menu of stale and timid policies that, in any case, won’t be enacted. But what if the administration isn’t actually out of ideas? What if Obama’s boldest policy initiative is merely something he’d […]

United Nations – Agenda 21 – Sustainable Development and the Regional One Bay Area Plan

Over the past few years I and many others in the Bay Area have been fighting against a plan that will socially re-engineer our lives referred to as the One Bay Area Plan. It will transform the lives of over 9 million people and towns in 9 counties over the next 25 to 30 years […]

Refuting a Flyer: Case Study from ‘One Bay Area’ – The San Francisco Bay Area Regional Plan

We all know how important it is to be sure that our information is accurate when we’re presenting it to the public and to our allies in the struggle against global governance.  We received someone’s flyer about ONE BAY AREA that was full of exaggeration and misinformation.  It might feel good to put together something […]

How MTC sneaked Vehicle Miles Traveled tax into One Bay Area Plan

The Contra Costa Times editorial of July 18 “Car tax idea is out of the box: Put it back!” expressed shock and outrage about “… the creative audacity of Bay Area leaders proposing a per-mile tax on driving, maybe as early as next year, using — wait for it — a GPS-like tracker!” But what […]