Wednesday, February 28, 2007

JBS Coordinator: Time is Running Out on NAU Resolution in Utah

The Utah House passed legislation that would oppose U.S. participation in the North American Union. Time is running out for the resolution to come up for a Senate vote, but with the help of concerned Utahans, this resolution could still be passed.

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Monday, February 26, 2007

German Photovoltaic Installation Sets Records! (Including Lowest Capacity F

A monster photovoltaic array, rated at 2 megawatts (MW) is now operational in Northern Germany. Just how much electrical power can this facility be expected to produce?

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Sunday, February 25, 2007

The Burial of Anna Nicole Smith May Resurrect Other News Stories – But Not

Is the Bush Administration's 300 Plus Billion $$ deficit news compared to the AN Smith story? nopeIs the Bush Administrations "stealth" creation of the North American Union news compared to the ANS story? Naw State after State has introduced resolutions to stop the North American Union. Is that news compared to the ANS story? forget it!

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Saturday, February 24, 2007

Hate Crime Legislation to Come Up for House Vote

"A new piece of legislation would make it a hate crime to oppose homosexuality."

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Thursday, February 22, 2007

Friday, February 16, 2007

Restoring our Republic through the States

Dr. Edwin Vieira outlines some consequences of the approaching bankruptcy of America as documented by the Federal Reserve itself and makes a radical suggestion for Americans who want to avoid impoverishment in the coming fiscal tsunami.

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Saturday, February 10, 2007

Arizona Governor Pushes Cross-Border Business With Mexico

According to the Tucson Citizen, Arizona Governor Janet Napolitano "arrived in Mexico City on Thursday accompanied by a delegation of Arizona executives who are eager to stake their claims in Mexico's growing economy."

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Friday, February 9, 2007

Income Inequality

The income inequality debate is important, because how you define the problem often dictates how you craft a solution.Liberals love to point out how the ratio of chief executive compensation to the average worker's compensation has risen over the past few decades to where it is now something like 400 to 1. They then make some comment like, ......

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Wednesday, February 7, 2007

Everybody Supports the Troops

Don't abuse them for greed

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Maine Rejects Real ID Act

The new federal requirement to standardize state driver's licenses was rejected by both chambers of the Maine legislature. States have the right to reject the CFR plan to crate a North American Union.

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Radical Liberals Psychoanalyzed

Radical liberals tend to believe that without social welfare programs, many people in America would starve. If that is so, then why was there no mass starvation during our nation's worst economic times: the Great Depression of the 1930's? Answer: Because there was enough food to go around and those who had enough shared with those who didn't.

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"America's Most Wanted" Exposes Injustice Against Border Patrol Agents Ramo

The international elites at the CFR wish to discourage and destroy the spirit of the border patrol as they push further toward a North American Union.

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Republican Reconstruction

History is repeating itself once again. The Reconstruction period in the old South has many similarities to what is taking place in Iraq today. History written by government funded historians and taught in government funded schools is not to be blindly trusted.

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