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The UN’s Agenda 21 Is Officially Losing Traction

Written by Gary North on August 29, 2012

Agenda 21 is a global land-use planning proposal of the United Nations Organization. It came into existence in 1992 as part of the global warming agenda. George H. W. Bush signed it, but it has never been introduced to the Senate by any President for ratification. Bush, Sr., was a great proponent of the New […]

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Showdown Over Illegal Immigration: ICE Agents Sue Janet Napolitano

Written by Gary North on August 27, 2012

President Obama’s executive order on illegal immigration breaks existing federal laws on immigration. So say the President of the Immigration and CustomsĀ  Enforcement Agents and Officers Union and nine other agents. They have taken their case into the federal courts. They are suing the head of the Department of Homeland Security, who is enforcing the […]

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Taxpayers Pay for Frequent Flying Miles for Senior Bureaucrats

Written by Gary North on August 27, 2012

One of the perks for cabinet-level appointees is the government’s version of frequent flyer miles. For example, Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta flies home to California and back every weekend on a military jet. He pays only a token amount. Secretary of Justice Holder flies constantly on an FBI plane. The taxpayers cover the cost. […]

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Congress Surrenders to the President on Senate Hearings

Written by Gary North on August 22, 2012

The Senate must confirm appointments made by every President. This retains the Senate’s authority. It holds confirmation hearings. That was then. This is now. The Senate decided that it’s just too much trouble. It wanted out. So, the Senate persuaded the House to go along with a joint surrender to the President. It exempted 170 […]

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