Sustainable: The War On Free Enterprise, Private Property And Individuals

Sustainable: The WAR on Free Enterprise, Private Property and Individuals describes in detail the process being used at every level of government to reorganize our society under the excuse of environmental protection. Author Tom DeWeese pulls back the curtain to reveal the policies and the powers behind them that are systematically changing our culture and system of government to impose a political agenda of top-down control at every level.

Why Property Rights Matter

Why Property Rights Matter shows how people today perceive property rights in a dramatically different way from the ideals held by our founders and early Americans. The result in that change is leading to a frightful loss of freedom and prosperity across the nation. Federal policies, armed with tax-payer funded grants, lead to local planning programs that are displacing people from their land, both in the cities as well as in the rural areas. Eminent Domain is the weapon of choice to destroy neighborhoods and small business.

Special Report: Agenda 21 and How to Stop It

The best little booklet yet offered on “Agenda 21 and How to Stop It.” This new tool is a must for local activists looking for effective ways to fight Sustainable Dev elopement in their local community. Written by nationally-recognized Agenda 21 expert Tom DeWeese, this 35 page booklet gives a brief, but detailed overview of Agenda 21, its origins; details of the infamous “three Es;” the four ways Agenda 21 is implemented throughout the nation; and details on some of the main Planners who are enforcing the policy of Sustainable Development.

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Resolution to Protect Citizens’ Property Rights

This document stopped a recent town planning meeting dead in its tracks! The “Planners’ Resolution to Protect Property Rights” has been tested and is changing the face of the fight to save property rights. Planners are asked to sign an agreement notifying citizens of potential infringements to their property rights if their plan is implemented. Individuals are offered a chance to opt out. One official was caught like a “deer in headlights” when presented with the document. Formerly non-committal community members felt there was no reason not to sign. This single document places planners and government agencies on the defensive.

Special Report: Sustainable Development and the Control of Energy (The growing battle over Smart Meters)

As the battle against the Smart Meters grows across the nation, Americans need to understand the issue, the dangers, the real reasons behind the government’s drive to force them on angry and protesting homeowners, violating their property rights and endangering their health in the process. Smart Meters are designed to provide the government with detailed information of your energy use, your movements in your home, the way you use your personal private time, and even how many people are in your home at any given time. It is an unconstitutional invasion of your home by government, as set down in the Fourth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.