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Washington's Fascism Invading American Schools at Tax Payers' Expense

The Growth of Federal Involvement in Education

August 28, 2014 from the National Center for Policy Analysis:

Federal intervention in elementary and secondary education has exploded over the last 50 years, according to a new report for the Mercatus Center by Courtney Collins, assistant professor of economics at Rhodes College. 366 more words


I Fear Change! Keep things the same!

Story from the Sydney Morning Herald’s front page this morning, apparently the competition between airlines that has dropped prices for flights so much recently, and made air travel viable, has caused enormous deficits for the airline companies. 180 more words


Ocean Acidification - Why It Could Be a Catastrophe

“The prospect of ocean acidification is potentially the most serious of all predicted outcomes of anthropogenic carbon dioxide increase” – Veron, J.E. (2008)

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Buzz Kill

If you’ve been paying any attention at all over the last several years, you know the future of this planet is pretty bleak. The earth’s temperature is rising, the polar ice caps are melting, and more severe storms are raging and long term droughts are becoming the norm. 327 more words


The Nightmarish Megacities of the Near Future

Source: The Common Sense Show, by Dave Hodges

Six years ago, during the 2008 presidential campaign, I attended a Town Hall meeting sponsored by Republican and Presidential hopeful, Senator John McCain, where he was asked if he was opposed to the spread of the United Nations Agenda 21 policies throughout the United States. 452 more words

The Elite, Or “TPTB”

Centinel2012 reblogged this on Centinel2012 and commented:

This is absolutely true. I was at a planning session for the ground work being done in North East Ohio (Akron/Cleveland area). Its called Vibrant 2040 and it is being funded by the Federal Government and it is being implemented now and is to be completed by 2040. Its all part of the UN Agenda 21 and go under a number of alias's mostly "sustainability" in various forms. The local politicians dismiss the concept because they are getting federal dollars and this applies to republicans as well as democrat's.The current phase in re Zoning blocking development in the suburbs and country and pouring federal dollars into the central cities with lots of condos and apartment building and bike paths and bus lanes blocking highways. There are a few people fighting the program but the money talks and so it goes on.