April 15, 2004 By Cheryl K. Chumley, associate editor APC News Wire American Policy Center It’s getting to the point it’s hard to discern whether Sen. Richard Lugar (R-Ind.) is working more for the benefit of the United States or the United Nations. That’s because in the...

April 15, 2004 By Cheryl K. Chumley It seems the voice of grassroots is resonating at last in Congress, as three of a handful of senators hearing witness testimony on the U.N. Law of the Sea Treaty publicly validated the opinions of those who regard this...

A vote on the CARA Pork Barrel Land Grab was put off until Thursday or Friday, April 5 or 6! YOUR EFFORTS moved several Senators into action to defend private property rights and...

April 4, 2004 By Cheryl K. Chumley, associate editor APC News Wire American Policy Center Based on the offerings of the deputy director for the National Park Service at a March 30 congressional hearing on National Heritage Areas, it would appear private property owners should now rest...

April 4, 2004 By Cheryl K. Chumley, associate editor APC News Wire American Policy Center The phantom of government-controlled Internet has raised its menacing head again, this time on the global level. "Even the definition of what we mean by Internet governance is a subject of debate....

March 30, 2004 By Cheryl K. Chumley On several fronts, a Congressional Research Service study on National Heritage Areas is misleading, misguided or outright mistaken – the latter by omission, as report authors fail to point out the absurdities of a key and common phrase used to...

By Tom DeWeese Illegal immigration is about much more than fighting terrorism. The fact is, illegal Mexican’s are pouring across our borders and as a result, American tax-paid services like education and healthcare are being pushed to the brink of collapse. ...

How the Feds and Eco-Elitists Take Private Land for Fun and Profit By Tom DeWeese Those who have read George Orwell’s classic book, "Animal Farm" will be familiar with the...