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  • Agenda 21 Strikes Back – Stacy Lynne Arrested – Son Taken

    01/06/2012 6:04:33 AM PST · by Whenifhow · 21 replies · 2+ views
    Called a terrorist because she’s a Constitutionalist? This is a video of the events that transpired on 12-21-11 in Fort Collins Colorado. UPDATE- On Dec 29th Stacy appeared in court to face charges of “failure to comply”. The Judge declared “NO CHARGE” and her bond was released. If there was no charge, WHY WAS SHE ARRESTED? Citizens across the country are raising money to help her pay $14,000 in court fees. If you would like to help Stacy, send check or money order to: The Benefit of Stacy Lynne Fund, P.O. box 1211 Arvada, CO 80001-1211. Email: Go1855OurRights@aol.com For additional...
  • U.N. Taking Over City Councils Across America!

    01/05/2012 1:15:06 PM PST · by Nachum · 62 replies · 1+ views
    Youtube ^ | 1/5/12 | WACCTV
    Stacy Lynne educates We Are Change Colorado about the International Council on LOCAL Environmental Initiatives. An arm of the United Nations Agenda 21 and how they are using "GREENWASHING" to take over America
  • If it walks like a Marxist

    09/25/2008 6:01:21 AM PDT · by kindred · 26 replies · 577+ views
    WND.com ^ | September 25, 2008 | Erik Rush
    Typically, there have been two effective manners in which societies may implement the abatement of Marxists: 1. Outspend them. 2. Kill them. Now, if one is dealing with small numbers of these pesky vermin, obviously No. 2 is the least expensive, speedy end to this objective. In the case of the Soviet Union, No. 1 proved (at least unaware of the malignant nature of this sociopolitical philosophy, or holds that it has as much of a place in America as, say, libertarianism. We are now faced with what would seem to be a contradiction of canon: dedicated Marxists with all...
  • Mayor Need Not Enforce Certain Laws, Court Rules (NYC domestic partner benefits)

    02/15/2006 11:47:11 AM PST · by neverdem · 1 replies · 427+ views
    NY Times ^ | February 15, 2006 | WINNIE HU
    In a victory for the Bloomberg administration, the state's highest court narrowly ruled yesterday that the mayor does not have to enforce city laws that he deems to be illegal. The ruling gives Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg a powerful weapon in that he does not have to enforce laws that the City Council passes through mayoral overrides, as it has often done in recent years. In a 4-to-3 ruling, the State Court of Appeals affirmed a lower court ruling that the mayor had the authority to refuse to enforce a 2004 law on domestic partner benefits that he said violated...
  • Bells of St. Mary's:When Rockford, Illinois, makes the news, you can be sure the news isn't good

    09/03/2003 9:31:23 PM PDT · by nickcarraway · 24 replies · 397+ views
    The American Prowler ^ | 9/4/2003 | Scott P. Richert
    When Rockford, Illinois, makes the national news (I've written more than once), you can be certain the news won't be good. The home of the Rockford Institute and Chronicles: A Magazine of American Culture, Rockford is a struggling Rust Belt city that, unfortunately, has seen its better days. From a downtown destroyed by so-called urban renewal to a 13-year-long desegregation suit that devastated our public schools to the loss of 20 percent of our manufacturing jobs over the past three years, Rockfordians have suffered dearly. And all too often, that suffering has been aided and abetted by the elected officials...
  • Liberal Oregon Surprises; Portland, Salem, Pendleton Kill Anti-war Resolutions

    03/08/2003 10:45:36 AM PST · by nwrep · 9 replies · 161+ views
    Various Oregon Newspapers | March 8, 2003 | nwrep
    Liberal Oregon Surprises; Portland, Salem, Pendleton Kill Anti-war Resolutions March 8, 2003 With the defeat of the anti-war resolution brought on by local peace activists at the Pendleton, OR city council last week, three Oregon cities have so far rejected similar proposals. Pendleton joined Portland and Salem, both of which turned down such resolutions by identical 2-1 margins. Given Oregon's traditionally liberal image, and the vocal protests conducted by anti-war activists over the past several weeks, this must come as a major setback to groups who are trying to use these symbolic votes in their campaign against the impending war...