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American Policy Center – New Voices and Growing!

I’m excited to report that the American Policy Center (APC) is growing as our impact and influence are having more of an effect on the nation’s political debate than anytime in our thirty one year history. Through a huge presence in radio programs, issue papers, and public appearances, APC has almost single-handedly made the issue of Agenda 21 one of the most discussed subjects in the nation. In January, 2018, APC plans to roll out its biggest project ever, intended to make the assault on private property rights a central issue at all levels of government. It will begin with the launching of a new book entitled “Sustainable, the War on Free Enterprise, Private Property and Individuals.” To follow the book’s release will be the establishment of a new property rights network of organizations, elected officials and individual activists. Each will be promoting solutions and strategies for positive approaches to ...
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A Potpourri Of Ways America Is Being Assaulted By Agenda 2030 Forces And Some Are Rejecting Them

Vouchers: A Thorn By Any Other Name “This is an immutable law of the universe. You cannot take government money without government control. Whether the civil government puts the money in your front pocket, your back pocket, direct deposit or you have to take the check to the bank, it is still government money. As soon as your “private” school accepts government money, it becomes a government school. Oh yes, the “Private School” sign may still be out front, but it is “Private in name only.” [Read more] U.S. withdraws from UNESCO, the U.N.’s cultural organization, citing anti-Israel bias “Calling UNESCO’s politicization a “chronic embarrassment,” Haley added, “Just as we said in 1984 when President Reagan withdrew from UNESCO, U.S. taxpayers should no longer be on the hook to pay for policies that are hostile to our values and make a mockery of justice and common sense.” [Read more] Neighbors ...
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Destroy the Ability to Think to Destroy an Entire Culture

Intro by Tom DeWeese: In case you haven’t noticed, the United States of America is in real danger of disappearing. A President who is trying to make real changes in order to put out-of- control government back in the bottle is under siege from dark, hidden forces. Congress, controlled by his own party, refuses to take responsibility or direct action. And the nation’s court system ignores the laws of the land as judges become tools for the purpose of fulfilling a specific political agenda to destroy the very root of justice. Most telling in all of this is the state of the nation’s education system and how it is at the root of the revolution and its destruction of our culture. Rather than a well-rounded academic education, public education, from pre-school to college graduation, has become little more than an indoctrination process to create the perfect global village idiots. Indoctrinate, ...
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Bait and Switch, Blue Smoke and Mirrors, NewSpeak – Take Your Pick. NAFTA Is All These and More

NAFTA, the North American Free Trade Agreement, an agreement signed by Canada, Mexico, and the United States on January 1, 1989, by President Clinton, is ostensibly a trilateral trade bloc in North America. I say ostensibly because, like many, if not most, of the treaties, trade agreements, accords, and pacts promoted and agreed to in the world in the past century, NAFTA is not what the powers-that-be want you to think it is. NAFTA is not primarily about business, balance of trade, or jobs. Free trade was, and is, the mantra used to get the public to quit holding their collective nose and swallow the swill and pretend they were eating caviar. With our modern day NewSpeak, free trade is really managed trade; there isn’t a speck of free trade in the agreement. But then it isn’t, and wasn’t ever supposed to be, about free trade. NAFTA is just another ...
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How the Media Twists Facts To Enforce its Propaganda Bias

It’s become obvious that our fight against Agenda 21/2030 is beginning to have an affect when a reporter writes not one, but two attack articles about the same event. That’s what happened as a result of my recent talk in Rexburg, Idaho. In mid-October I traveled to three cities in Idaho (including Rexburg) and to Spokane, Washington, speaking about Agenda 21 and the growing assault on private property and individual choice. Below is one of two reports on the Rexburg event, as reported by reporter Bryan Clark. I’ve inserted my remarks in the body of his article to show what I actually said in contrast to his innuendos and lack of facts. Conspiracist warns of plot for global domination Posted: October 19, 2017 5:31 p.m. By BRYAN CLARK, Post Register His original article is in blue  REXBURG — Most people don’t think concentration camps and bike paths have much in common, ...
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Reading, Writing, and Arithmetic or Cisgender and Social Justice

The articles below speak for themselves. I have written often about the brainwashing of our children in the schools, here, here, and numerous other articles. Today, I will let others reinforce what I have said and even go beyond. The article on Education Secretary DeVos may be long but I guarantee that you will get more out of it than you can expect – you will be far more knowledgeable about what ‘education’ is about in America today (if it should even be called education). ESL Students Learn New Gender Pronouns “Teaching English with new gender pronouns is a little more complicated. What's your preferred pronoun?” https://www.facebook.com/wetheinternettv/videos/2050971021802698/ Homeschoolers Revolt Against Republican School Choice Bill “While this sounds good, HSLDA has fought — successfully—for decades to make sure that there is no “federal right to homeschool” because what could be created by a favorable Congress could be regulated by a future, ...
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Tom DeWeese on The Alex Nitzberg Show

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Agenda 21/Agenda 2030 There is No Difference

Editor’s Note: Many times in the past year, when I have continued to use the term Agenda 21, people will rush in to correct me – “It’s Agenda 2030 now!” Well, yes and no. This is what the UN does – it changes names and titles like a judo move – but the plan is the same. Remember, that’s just what ICLEI did a few years ago when they changed their name. They were originally named the International Council for Local Environmental Initiative. But when we started to reveal that they were part of a global movement to change our way of life by inserting themselves into local policy making, they quickly moved to drop the “international” from their name. Now they are simply known as “ICLEI – Local Governments for Sustainability.” That’s how these cock roaches seek to hide when a bright light is shown on them. The name ...
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Nihil Sub Sole Novum (There Is Nothing New Under the Sun)

How is man the better for all this toiling of his, here under the sun? Age succeeds age, and the world goes on unaltered. Sun may rise and sun may set, but ever it goes back and is reborn. Ecclesiastes 1:3-5 Parag Khanna, in his book, “Connectography”, talks about the global genetic dilution and the ‘perpetual circulation leading to ever more demographic blending.’ From this, as with many promoters of a single, global government, we are supposed to understand that this melding of people from everywhere will ultimately produce a world in which commutarianism will be the form of governance. All of these writers are ignoring the fact that the US, Western Europe, and other nations were built on Western Culture, which was derived from sources (Judeo-Christian religious traditions and Magna Carta among others) and that manifests itself through reason, logic, sound science, and the belief that individual freedom is a sacrosanct right ...
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Misusing Robert E. Lee

Originally published on ConservativeHQ.com On April 12, 1861, the day secessionists in South Carolina bombarded Ft. Sumter to fire the shots that opened the American Civil War, then-Colonel Robert E. Lee was perhaps America’s most accomplished soldier. Lee had served with distinction in the Mexican War, leading a reconnaissance patrol that discovered the means by which the Americans defeated the Mexicans at the battle of Cerro Gordo. He had served as Superintendent of West Point, had supervised the construction of numerous coastal fortifications, and most recently, Lee commanded the forces that captured abolitionist John Brown and the gang that had attempted to seize the government arsenal at Harpers Ferry, Virginia and start a slave rebellion. As America moved inexorably toward Civil War, General Winfield Scott, the highest ranking American general, and a hero of the Mexican War, told President Abraham Lincoln that he wished Lee to command the Union army. Lee, who ...
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Advisory To President Trump on HUD’s AFFH

I know you are watching the shocking and absolutely viscous daily attacks on President Trump. He has to defend himself constantly for every move he makes. How can he focus? How can he make any progress? Or, in other words, When you’re up to your neck in alligators it’s difficult to remind yourself that your mission was to drain the swamp!      That’s what is happening to a great number of the promises President Trump made during the campaign. I certainly can’t blame him. But, there is something you and I can do! He needs to hear from you and me. We need to send him a powerful message that breaks through the attacks by the Left. That’s why it’s urgent that you send your Advisory to President Trump! Let me explain. Right now the federal agency of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) is enforcing a program called Affirmatively Furthering Fair ...
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A mishmash of the mess the world is in thanks to technocrats, commutarians, and an uneducated electorate

“Save the planet” by herding us into “EcoCities” Summiteers seek to address “the way humanity builds its home” and focus on “key actions that cities and citizens can take to rebuild our human habitat in balance with living systems.”  Concerns include slowing down and reversing “global heating, biodiversity collapse, loss of wilderness habitat, agricultural lands and open space, and social and environmental injustices.” At the ECOCITY session “Priorities and strategies for mobilizing the finance needed to create zero-carbon ECOCITIES” solutions included things like a vehicle mile travel tax, carbon tax, government subsidies, and dipping into pensions.  This is eerily similar to the United Nations Principles for Responsible Investment (UNPRI.org) where retirement system investors use Environmental Social Governance (ESG) as their “fiduciary responsibility” excuse to implement the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and force industrial and societal behavior change. What is an ECOCITY?  According to those gathered in Melbourne: An ECOCITY is a ...
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Extremely Early Onset of Senility in Youth

Tom asked me to put together a piece on the lunacy of today’s youth. Because I have no imagination, I am sticking with stories I have found showing what is going on in today’s world of those younger than maybe 35. As I see it, the schools have achieved (at least 75% or more) the goal of changing American children’s attitudes, values, and beliefs. To do that, they had to dumb them down severely. One measure of this accomplishment, IMHO, is the extreme amount of political correctness in today’s world of youth – colleges, elhi, and media. Every time that I think p.c.ness has been taken as far as it can go, I am proven wrong by a new no-no, e.g., today I read where some school said you can change your gender of choice daily, if you so chose. With everything so amorphous, there is no base, no foundation ...
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Barbarians at the School House Door

The barbarians have finally broken down the school doors and are now plundering knowledge. Books are their target. Banning them is the goal. In New York City, administrators at the Life Sciences Secondary School have ordered all textbooks rounded up and removed. Books, they say, are antiquated. Instead, technology is to be the new god of learning. Of course the excuse is that books are expensive. The schools complain that the kids lose the books or that they wear out and there is no budget to replace them. And more importantly, using iPads means they can be automatically updated with the latest information, scientific discovery and technology. So the schools need to keep up with all the latest developments to keep the kids on top, they say. It’s a wide, wonderful brave new world! Aren’t our children lucky to live in these times?  Everything in today’s school house is apparently ...
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The Trump Administration Is About To Make a HUGE Mistake

Last week I sent an email about a man named Neal Rackleff being appointed to be the Assistant Secretary of Community Planning and Development at HUD to oversee the implementation of the AFFH (Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing) ruling. Rackleff's appointment is a terrible mistake and must be stopped! I asked all my supporters to call and voice their opposition to this very dangerous appointment... Thanks to our efforts I have received several reports that we have jammed the HUD phones! And the HUD voice mail is full! We are making our voice of opposition against Rackleff's nomination clear. He IS the Swamp!  If you have not already called -- or couldn't get through yesterday -- please do so now and if the phone lines are busy, please try again every hour until you get through! For more details and a list of phone numbers for Members of Congress to call-- please view the email below this message. It has all ...
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Agenda 21/2030 Foreshadows Convention of States

The recently installed speed tables around the mall are too high, the asphalt around is crumbling, and deep pools of rain water are gathering around them as there is no proper drainage. These were totally unnecessary; on any given day traffic is backed up and very slow, nobody is speeding. They were installed to make it more difficult for people to use their cars to go shopping; the regional planners want residents to use the new Metro line and the bus lines already in existence. They want to “nudge” Americans out of their cars. The entire area is now extremely congested thanks to the many high-rise, mixed-use apartments overbuilt to suffocating capacity. The construction of the Metro line eliminated more driving roads and businesses. The EZPass lanes from the Beltway were reallocated without much input from the American taxpayers and given to investors who now scalp drivers during rush hour ...
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The Third E of Sustainable Development

On May 1, 1974, the United Nations adopted a resolution “. . . to study for the first time the problems of raw materials and development, devoted to the consideration of the most important economic problems facing the world community, . . .. In June of 1976, The Vancouver Declaration on Human Settlements, the genesis of Agenda 21, was announced to the world and bring the 3Es to the fore. Rather than taking bureaucratic worded quotes from the UN document, I am going to let a far more learned person give you a taste of what the resolution proposed to do (and the UN is busy at work carrying through with it – to the extent that the UN carries anything through). Harry G. Johnson, Professor of Economics at The University of Chicago, Professor of Economics at the Graduate Institute of International Studies in Geneva; educated at Toronto, Cambridge, and Harvard; ...
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Can We Take Back Our Election Process and Make the Parties Listen to Us

The clamor is growing louder every day. “They don’t listen.” “We have no real choice of candidates.” “The system is rigged for the elite.” “There’s no difference between the two parties.” You hear it every election. Endless talk about the need to create jobs, build the economy, make the nation a “better place to live for our families,” and, my favorite – “restore trust!”  Who’s not for those wonderful things! The slogans work for Democrat and Republican alike. These so-called issues are interchangeable. They are, in fact, nothing more than empty rhetoric. Meanwhile, do we hear a discussion about our money becoming more worthless every day from government spending and rampant inflation? What about the destruction of our education system as it is used for behavior modification while true academics are eliminated for the curriculum? Does any candidate dare mention the hopelessness taking over our inner cities as federal welfare ...
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