July 16, 2004 As the American Policy Center steps up its war against Sustainable Development and the UN’s Agenda 21, many readers have asked me to supply an overview of the issue. To answer that request, I have gone to the foremost expert in the...

July 8, 2004 Freedom of religion, property rights, the United Nations, rights of gun owners, attacks on national sovereignty, on education, and the Constitution, will be among the issues featured during the fifth annual Freedom21 Conference to be held July 21-24 in Reno, Nevada. "As Americans have...

July 6, 2004 Tom DeWeese I’m a baby boomer and that’s a curse. You see I’m stuck with the idiots from the sixties till my dying day as they whine and moan about injustice and mentally dwell forever in the days of tie-die shirts, incense, and free...

Testimony of Peyton Knight Submitted to the Senate Subcommittee on National Parks Concerning the National Heritage Partnership Act (S. 2543) and its impact on property rights, private lands, and local communities. June 24, 2004 Chairman Thomas and members of the subcommittee, thank you for the opportunity to submit the following...

June 21, 2004 By Tom DeWeese Even as Americans express plunging support for the United Nations, U.S. government-run schools keep up the assault on American ideals and culture. United Nations Day is the fastest growing celebration in schools across the country. The United Nations has passed a resolution...

By Tom DeWeese June 18, 2004 In another sign that Americans are slowly regaining their senses, a new Gallup Poll shows that the environment is no longer the top concern among Americans. In fact the issue has sunk to number ten, with affordable health care the...

June 17, 2004 By Tom DeWeese The United Nations continues to lose support in the United States. ...

June 2, 2004 By Tom DeWeese I was invited to San Francisco to address a gathering of about 20 financial officers (CFO’s) for some well-known Fortune 500 companies. I was asked to talk about the political climate that has an impact on their businesses in this...

June 2, 2004 By Tom DeWeese Those driving the battle to entangle the United States in the United Nations’ Law of the Sea Treaty (LOST) are fighting back, determined to paint any opponent as a radical who is out of touch with the way the world really...