Reimagining the Rural American West (Part 3 of 4)

Reimagining the Rural American West (Part 3 of 4)

Continuing with the second Western Governors Association (WGA) Reimagining the Rural West (RRW) workshop, held November 4 & 5 in Santa Fe, more details were revealed about the objectives to transform, not reimagine, rural communities. Up to this point, panel...
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It’s About Land Use Restrictions

It’s About Land Use Restrictions

Non-governmental organizations (NGO) are celebrating the introduction of legislation for the “protection and restoration of certain native fish, wildlife, and plant species” on federal land called the Wildlife Corridors Conservation Act. Rep. Donal...
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Take action to help restore our Republic

Take action to help restore our Republic

We are blessed to have the US Constitution where our rights come from God and the Constitution is to protect those rights. There has never been a country like the United States of America in the history of the world....
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The Politicized Use of Landscape-Scale Mitigation (Part 3 of 4)

The Politicized Use of Landscape-Scale Mitigation (Part 3 of 4)

This is the third part of a four-part series. In Part One, we examined the UN’s ideology and goals as they relate to its quest for global governance. In Part Two, we looked at the DOI’s new land management strategy...
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The US DOI’s New Land Management Strategy (Part 2 of 4)

The US DOI’s New Land Management Strategy (Part 2 of 4)

This is the second part of a four-part series. In Part One, we traced the efforts of a small website directly to the UN’s 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development in just four steps. The players just in this one direct...
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UN’s Global Governance Agenda Poised to Become US Statute (Part 1 of 4)

UN’s Global Governance Agenda Poised to Become US Statute (Part 1 of 4)

This is a four-part series that examines the UN’s goal of global governance, how the Department of the Interior’s new strategy of landscape-scale mitigation is an ideal vehicle for the injection of the UN’s agenda into US policy, how the...
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Community Based Tourism

Community Based Tourism

Technocrats, those who are driven to have scientific control over society, are working hard to ultimately design how we recreate, known as Community Based Tourism (CBT). In there quest for ultimate control, they are determined to design the area where...
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Heck NO, Rep. Simpson

Heck NO, Rep. Simpson

The federal government has increasingly been engaging in public-private partnerships (P3) as a way in which to fund projects. A huge portion of these partnerships involves conservation and land use, but not to the advantage of Idahoans. Rep. Simpson was...
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John Birch Society Member and Allies in Alabama Kill Local Agenda 21 Scheme

John Birch Society Member and Allies in Alabama Kill Local Agenda 21 Scheme

— Published with Permission of TheNewAmerican.com — They say “you can’t fight city hall,” and it is an even bigger battle when the issue “city hall” is pushing is really just a part of a world-government scheme. Yet, in Bayou....
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Sec. Zinke Partnering With Conservation Initiatives

Sec. Zinke Partnering With Conservation Initiatives

It is understood that all conservation initiatives and non-governmental organizations (NGO) are attached to Washington D.C., they hobnob together, make their devious plans in partnership, and leave us out. With the exposure of activity behind the Great Norther...
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A Challenge to the American Planning Association

A Challenge to the American Planning Association

— Published with Permission of AmericanPolicy.org — In nearly every community of the nation the policy called Sustainable is the catch-all term for local planning programs, from water and energy controls to building codes and traffic planning. The term &#8...
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The Deceit Behind STEM

The Deceit Behind STEM

For several years there has been much emphasis for a Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) education foisted upon our youth. The question arose, why so much emphasis in these educational areas, especially at the expense of other important, and...
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