Wednesday, May 30, 2012

EPA and the UN @ Rio+20 Conference - #3929 - VIDEO: Dick Morris: Stop the Proposed UN EPA (2) Nebraska Lawmakers Question EPA's Aerial Livestock Surveillance - Fox News (3) He Did t! - Gov. Bentley Signed the Anti-Agenda 21 Bill - ICLEI Banned in Alabama - Virginia Right


Dick Morris: Stop the Proposed UN - EPA.  At the Rio+20 Conference on June 16th, the global/green coalition will push to establish an EPA under the UN with power to force compliance with global environmental standards! Help us stop it.

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Nebraska Lawmakers Question EPA's Aerial Livestock Surveillance - Fox News -  A bipartisan group of Capitol Hill lawmakers is pressing EPA Director Lisa Jackson to answer questions about privacy issues and other concerns after the agency used aerial surveillance to monitor livestock operations over their home state of Nebraska. “Farmers and ranchers in Nebraska pride themselves in the stewardship of our state’s natural resources. As you might imagine, this practice has resulted in privacy concerns among our constituents and raises several questions,” says the letter signed by Republican Reps. Adrian Smith, Jeff Fortenberry and Lee Terry, as well as Democratic Sen. Ben Nelson and GOP Sen. Mike Johanns. Smith, co-chairman of the Modern Agriculture Caucus and the Congressional Rural Caucus, said Tuesday the operations in many cases are near homes so “landowners deserve legitimate justification given the sensitivity of the information gathered by the flyovers.” Read more........ 

He Did It! Gov. Bentley Signed the Anti-Agenda 21 Bill - ICLEI Banned in Alabama - Virginia Right - Here’s the word from the chairman of the Alabama GOP in a Montgomery blog: Governor Bentley also signed Senate Bill 477, sponsored by Senator Gerald Dial of Lineville. This bill, that would bar the state from taking over private property without due process, is intended to shelter Alabamians from the United Nations Agenda 21, a sustainable development initiative that some conservatives see as a precursor for the creation of a world government. YAHOO! ICLEI is NOW BANNED in ALABAMA! ROLL TIDE ROLL!!!!!

1 comment:

  1. Dick, tonight is the FIRST time I have heard someone speak out against Agenda 21 since Beck. Look out, your are surely violating your contract somehow.

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