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Tom DeWeese
Patriots vs. Politicians 2015
Where are the heroes for today's young people to admire? Principled leaders who understood the roots of America's greatness now are replaced by blow-dried sound-byte kings whose professional campaign staffs understand only how to maneuver a special interest group or a voting block. Patriotism, nationalism - even American citizenship are taboo in today's school curriculum. Globalism, diversity, and political correctness trump real history, sound economics, and science. Communism is just another economic system. The Founding Fathers are simply old, dead slave-owning white guys. The UN's Declaration on Human Rights trumps the Declaration of Independence.
Sep 1, 2015 - 10:42:12 AM

Tom DeWeese
A New Symbol Has Been Cast: People - Property - Liberty
The American way of life, based on a strong middle class established through free enterprise and ownership of private property, is under assault like never before. That assault will dramatically increase in September as thousands of Non-governmental Organizations (NGOs), global elitists and United Nation's bureaucrats converge on New York City to reboot Agenda 21. This time they are calling it the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. This new 15 year plan demands 17 points of global control to reorganize the world into a Socialist utopia by 2030. Now is the time to stand up and say no to a global movement bent on destroying private property rights! To that end, the American Policy Center (APC) has created a plan of action to unite property rights activists around the world into one mighty force. It is time for governments around the world to learn that private property ownership is the key to freedom and prosperity. Public policy must be controlled to respect property owners as OWNERS!
Aug 21, 2015 - 12:18:07 AM

Tom DeWeese
Why The Patriot Act is Tyranny and Rand Paul is a Hero
The fact is Rand Paul is a defender of American security unlike any other candidate currently running to lead this nation. He's one of a very few to openly stand for the Constitutional rights of all Americans to be secure in their homes and free of government snooping into their private business......All of this is what Senator Paul was objecting to. This massive growth of government and the obvious loss of liberty that comes with it is what he was trying to stop. Does it then come as a surprise that Senator Rand Paul has become public enemy #1 by establishment Republican hawks, big money Republican fund raisers, all big government proponents and their Patriot Act-dependent industries? As said in the landmark movie "Network," he has messed with the natural order of things."
Jun 19, 2015 - 9:07:22 PM

Tom DeWeese
Three Questions to Change the Election
Agenda 21 is designed to change our nation; our way of life; and our form of government. These candidates want to allow those changes to quietly take place, unseen and unnoticed by the public, while they remain silent. If the candidates want to drastically change our nation, then it's time we have a national debate about it. Starting today, ask the questions that will fire that debate. The term social justice is used more and more in today's official society. The actual meaning of social justice is redistribution of wealth, much of which is imposed through the tool of political correctness. Social Justice is used to create class warfare and divisions in our society. It is now widely used in our public school curricula to replace actual academics with behavior modification methods designed to change the attitudes, values and beliefs of the children.
Jun 2, 2015 - 6:21:01 AM

Tom DeWeese
Taking the Agenda 21 Fight to the Maine State Legislature
After those 50,000 world leaders, Non-governmental organizations, government bureaucrats, and 179 heads of state signed agreement to Agenda 21 at the Earth Summit in 1992, the policy then gained huge momentum when, in 1993, President Bill Clinton, issued Executive Order 12852 to create the President's Council on Sustainable Development and made it official US policy. In fact, it wasn't until the mid 2000s that such pride started to change to denial of any knowledge of Agenda 21 and charges of conspiracy theories. Why? What happened? That's when I and others started to reveal the truth about Agenda 21 and sound the alarm bells. And a few years later, thousands of concerned Americans started to ask questions. Suddenly, the Sustainable Development movement became hard pressed to remember anything like that. Never heard of it, went the cry.
Apr 30, 2015 - 9:20:35 AM

Tom DeWeese
The Clinton's Massive War Chest Disguised As a Charity
And for all of you who lost your homes when your mortgage company failed -- this one is for you -- Freddie Mac -- the government agency that so badly handled its duties that it had to be rescued with your tax dollars in an emergency -- $50,000 plus. All gave money to Bill Clinton in 2009 to promote global governance -- while the world's economy was collapsing. It's good to be king!
Mar 18, 2015 - 10:10:33 PM

Tom DeWeese
The Threat to Freedom: The Southern Poverty Law Center and the Department of Homeland Security
Particular attention should be paid to SPLC's tax exempt status and the amount of money it receives from DHS or any other agency. And there should be an immediate stop to American law enforcement being trained by SPLC's Federal Law Enforcement Training Center. I fear that if private groups with their own political agendas, like the SPLC, are allowed to continue feeding their own brand of hatred into the policies of DHS then such a comparison with China is not too far off. I don't think that is the America each of you pledged to serve.
Feb 12, 2015 - 9:46:10 PM

Tom DeWeese
Never Underestimate the Power of a Pebble in Your Shoe!
And so, I'm looking for just 100 dedicated Americans who want to stop Agenda 21. All you have to do is go to www.apcmoneybomb.com and sign up to host a "Living Room Money Bomb" to help provide the resources I need to put this plan in place to defeat Agenda 21. It's that simple.
Feb 3, 2015 - 11:08:22 PM

Tom DeWeese
Private Property Rights and Socialism Do Not Mix
NAR's members are the professionals that all of us look to for the best approach to buy and sell our homes. One of NAR's mottos is "protecting the American dream of home ownership". And they claim to protect property rights. Would it then surprise you that NAR is a major promoter of a plan that actually results in the destruction of private property rights? NAR documents show the Association is working to advocate the policy of Smart Growth for local community development.
Jan 7, 2015 - 4:55:15 AM

Tom DeWeese
Gruber's arrogance is just the tip of the Iceberg Same lying tactics being used across the nation
Recently Americans were shocked by the surfacing of video clearly revealing the blatant arrogance of White House Medical Consultant Jonathon Gruber as he described how Obamacare proponents were able to lie to the American people to get the law passed. "Lack of transparency," he smugly stated, "is a huge political advantage." Gruber went on to pound his chest over the "very clever basic exploitation of the lack of economic understanding of the American voter. "Stupid," was his favorite word.
Dec 7, 2014 - 5:25:39 AM

Tom DeWeese
Is the U.S. Being Colonized By Red China?
Cliven Bundy stood his ground against an army of government agents from the Bureau of Land Management. There is much more to the story. It seems a certain U.S. Senator has been involved with EB-5 real estate deals for some time. And that issue has close ties to the Bundy situation. Who represents ENN in its negotiations? Rory Reid, Harry's son. This little band has already run 52 other ranchers in the area. Bundy is the last one left. American communities are so hungry for money that they will ignore almost anything. Red flags should go up when locals are told they can't live in China City. Why? Is this simply about an investment opportunity, or is China City, and other Chinese investments, actually to be Chinese colonies?
Nov 14, 2014 - 7:25:21 PM

Tom DeWeese
The Clear Connection Between Barack Obama and The Weathermen
In more than forty years, Ayres, Dorhn, Rudd, and Jones were not heard from in the mainstream media. They had not been an issue in any presidential election. They did not openly promote or support a candidate, snubbing even John Kerry and Bill and Hillary Clinton as not being revolutionary enough for their agenda for the destruction of America. Until Barack Obama. These four are dedicated Marxist revolutionaries. Why Obama? You don't need a Weatherman to know why.
Oct 26, 2014 - 6:25:28 AM

Tom DeWeese
Have you read my book -- Now Tell Me I Was Wrong?
They called themselves the Kitchen Militia. And we were betrayed by Republicans who led the way to pass this socialist revolution in our schools. In my book I detail that fight and I name the names of the Republicans who forced it through by any means, including lies and secret deals. Just to give you an idea of what I reported: as the vote was about to take place on Workforce Development Boards, a measure that I had personally helped to defeat three times, the Republican Senator who was sponsoring the bill told his fellow senators that I and Phyllis Schlafly were now supporting the bill. That lie got it passed.
Oct 15, 2014 - 9:15:18 AM

Tom DeWeese
Attack of the NGOs
Who are these None governmental Organizations (NGOs) shock troops and how do they operate? It's a vast matrix composed of both the private NGO groups and representatives of the UN and representatives of a large number of US federal agencies -- all working together behind the scenes, quietly making policy for the rest of us. And when I attempt to expose them, they vehemently deny there is any collusion -- "pay no attention to that man behind the curtain." Sorry, the truth is -- this is how it works. No vote. No public input. Just the enforcement of an agenda through the willing participation of private groups and government officials who forgot their purpose was to represent, not dictate to us.
Sep 28, 2014 - 5:40:03 AM

Tom DeWeese
The "Humanitarian Crisis" and the Coming Crime Wave in U.S. Cities
What many, blinded by their compassion, are not seeing, is the reality of what this modern day version of Castro's infamous Muriel Boat Lift will bring to U.S. cites in coming months and years. That's because only about 20% of those now rushing across the border are actually innocent children. Many more are dangerous felons, members of murderous gangs, and some are even Middle Eastern terrorists avoiding the TSA.
Aug 20, 2014 - 12:20:08 AM

Tom DeWeese
The Chilling Effect of Domestic Spying
Think, think, and then think some more about how the chilling effect impacts our right to free speech, freedom to associate with others, right to seek redress, and right to peacefully assemble. The chilling effect created as a result of the surveillance state is a perfect example of the cure being worse than the disease. Just as taking the oxygen out of the air we breathe would kill each of us, the chilling effect of a surveillance state smothers the freedom so important to the survival of our constitutional republic.
Aug 8, 2014 - 4:35:39 AM

Tom DeWeese
Panic in "Sustainable City"
Watch and learn America. This is how tyrants react to anyone who dares to challenge them. As is always the case, their tactic is a scorched earth policy to lash out in every direction with vicious force in hopes that something will stick....All of these are examples of massive government overreach using the excuse of protecting the environment or controlling development or containing sprawl, or, in short, Sustainable Development.
Aug 3, 2014 - 6:15:23 AM

Tom DeWeese
Stopping Agenda 21: Equipping Citizens to Fight Back
Our battle to expose and stop Agenda 21 has grown more intense over the past few months. More counties and states across the nation are taking action against the dictates of self-proclaimed stakeholder groups to reject sustainablist policies. From Virginia to California, citizens are demanding protection of their property rights and more state legislatures are addressing their demands.
Jul 9, 2014 - 9:03:25 PM

Tom DeWeese
How Global Policy Becomes Local
Perhaps the most egregious action offered in the Urban Environmental Accords deals with the topic of water. Action #Twenty calls for adoption and implementation of a policy to reduce individual water consumption by 10% by 2020. Interestingly, the U.N. begins by stating: "Cities with potable water consumption greater than 100 liters per capita per day will adopt and implement policies to reduce consumption by 10 percent by 2015."
Jun 26, 2014 - 1:30:54 AM

Tom DeWeese
The Principles of Freedom VS Agenda 21
Recently a local activist asked me to name six issues that would surprise most people to learn are directly connected to Agenda 21. Agenda 21, according to the Planners, the Greens, and Progressives (I know, I repeat myself) is just an innocuous 20 year old document that has no connection to local planning. Moreover, they tell us it is just a guideline for conservation and "smart growth" of our communities. Nothing more. It all sounds so innocent. What could possibly be wrong with that? Well, putting these plans into place is where the problems begin.
Apr 23, 2014 - 12:17:30 AM

Tom DeWeese
Some Thoughts on the Article V Issue
I've written many articles in the past concerning my opposition to a Constitutional Convention (Con Con). I've also helped in successful fights in Ohio and Kansas to stop Con Con Resolutions. But recently there is a new twist in the effort to amend the Constitution to preserve freedom. It's called an Article V Convention of the States. Proponents say it answers my concerns over the dangers of a Con Con, and so many activists have asked me where I stand on this new effort. So here are a few thoughts.
Mar 12, 2014 - 6:20:28 AM

Tom DeWeese
Obamacare: The Terrifying Consequences To Healthcare
Over the past several years, a growing number of bureaucrats from insurance companies have been armed with manuals, guidebooks and calculators to step in to the decision making process to decide what treatment procedures are allowed. And it's going to get far worse under Obamacare, as a new layer of government bureaucrats is added to affect what doctors can do to save your life. As Dr. Conroy explains, to look into the body and make a determination on where to start planning treatment, he uses x-rays and cat- scans (c-ts). "I generally cat-scan head to toe and look for metastasis and get a baseline." However, such decisions for care by the doctors are now being decided by others. Says Dr. Conroy, "In the past, it was ok (to X-Ray and CT), not now. Over the last few years all the X-rays have to be approved, so there are companies now that have algorithms to evaluate your request (for a cat-scan or X- ray)."
Feb 19, 2014 - 12:20:42 AM

Tom DeWeese
The "Agenda for the 21st Century" is the root of your fight
Simply Google "Sustainable Medicine" and find more than 5,850,000 references on the subject, and you will find almost all the provisions of Obamacare..... Agenda 21 is the battle we must fight if we are to restore the Republic. This is why we must make 2014 the year we crush this nightmare. Please, don't be distracted or discouraged if progress against it feels slow. It took decades of quiet implementation to bring us this far. It will take time to stop it. But we are winning battles and the opposition is terrified of what we are accomplishing. Stay with me in this fight. The future of freedom depends on your commitment to preserve it.
Feb 9, 2014 - 12:27:30 AM

Tom DeWeese
Lettuce Forget Chavez
Chavez never organized "non-union" workers. What Chavez sold to the nation as a fight against "non-union"...But, said Chavez in a hushed tone, the machine also sucked up spiders, snakes and rabbits, all to be processed into the wine As the crowd began to stir and make faces at the thought of it, Chavez quickly added, "so, if you won't boycott Boonesfarm wine for our cause, at least do it for your own health." That was Cesar for you... always concerned about the well being of others!
Jan 22, 2014 - 1:05:09 AM

Tom DeWeese
New Tactics to Fight Agenda 21
If we are to gain ground and ultimately defeat the Agenda 21 monster that is systematically ripping apart our Republic, then it's time for our movement to learn from our mistakes and become more sophisticated in our approach. In short, it's time to fight smarter.
Jan 8, 2014 - 12:23:25 AM

Tom DeWeese
The Alamo - Hallowed American Ground or UN Captive?
Supporters of the UN Heritage Sites say such designations are nothing more than a great "honor" to the nation. They assure us that there is no threat to American sovereignty and that all designated sites remain firmly under control of the United States government. If true, then the question must be asked, why is an international treaty with the United Nations necessary? The United States has already designated most of the UN Heritage Sites as United States parks.
Dec 15, 2013 - 12:23:30 AM

Tom DeWeese
In Defense of the TEA Party
Enter the TEA Party Just a few years ago some American citizens came together to demand change. They were fed up with decades of out of control government growth; confiscation of their hard-earned income through ever-increasing taxes and unending regulations invading every aspect of their lives. Things were racing out of control. Every aspect of American society was changing and not for the better. Freedoms and rights that are guaranteed under the Constitution -- the founding document of our nation and law of the land, were disappearing. Enter the TEA Party
Oct 29, 2013 - 2:18:17 AM

Tom DeWeese
Sustainable Development' The Evil Facing America
On July 23, 2004, I addressed the fifth annual Freedom 21 Conference in Reno, Nevada. Freedom 21 was the first coalition of limited government/private property advocacy groups. Freedom 21 eventually sponsored 10 national conferences and educated and trained a cadre of leaders to fight Agenda 21. But in 2004, George Bush was in the White House two years after the devastation to individual liberty, free enterprise and private property that defined the Clinton Presidency. Yet, pre-TEA Party, so many Americans failed to understand the threat they faced. The movement was divided into fractured issues. Even the major Conservative organizations refused to mention Agenda 21 (some still do). To this gathering I delivered a call to arms. We had circled the wagons so tightly, we only had one left. I said we needed to charge! Stop being on the defensive.
Oct 17, 2013 - 7:03:32 AM

Tom DeWeese
Seizing property with no accountability
Pressure groups and government officials are seizing property -- with no accountability... This is a story of raw power, collusion and government corruption. A story that is taking place in countless towns all over America. A story of "reinvented" government, where self- proclaimed private "stakeholders" and pressure groups set the rules, local elected officials rubber stamp them, and non-elected regional governments enforce them, sometimes with an iron fist -- all with no input from citizens

Aug 21, 2013 - 12:17:05 AM

Tom DeWeese
Conservation Easements and the Urge to Rule
But there is one major aspect of Martha's value system that doesn't fit the PEC profile for the perfect small farmer. She believes in private property rights. And that's when the trouble started. Space does not allow a full description of the battles Martha has faced over her attempts to farm her land. Here is the "Cliff notes" version:... Martha began to learn what a powerful weapon conservation easements can be in the hands of those who wanted to control her actions. The easement gave the PEC the right to occasionally inspect the property for "violations' of the easement. Suddenly Martha was informed that PEC inspectors would visit the farm to investigate the "living quarters." Rather than a random occasional or annual visit, PEC came back again and again; demanding to look into her private closets; even banning her right to video tape the inspections on her own property.
Jul 31, 2013 - 10:55:34 AM

Tom DeWeese
Exxon Funding...? Nope, Never Got The Check?
It's almost funny to watch. The radical left "Progressives" see our Agenda 21 and Global Warming victories over their well-orchestrated plans to restructure America, and they just can't understand how it's happening. Their only theory is that there must be some massive source of secret money driving us. We couldn't possibly be a true grassroots movement, doing this on our own.
Jul 10, 2013 - 12:43:18 PM

Tom DeWeese
Agenda 21's Smoking Gun
Well, then it would be interesting to hear the APA explain this information found in one of its own documents from 1994. The document was an APA newsletter to its members in the Northern California (San Francisco Area). The article was a commentary entitled "How Sustainable is Out Planning, by Robert Odland. It was written just two years after the UN Earth Summit at which Agenda 21 was first introduced to the world.
Jun 26, 2013 - 6:43:31 AM

Tom DeWeese
The Growing Threat of Smart Meters
As Americans become aware of these threats they have begun to oppose the installation of Smart Meters on their property. Some local and state government's, when faced with the health complaints, have offered opt out provisions. Others have responded using force, resulting in arrests, as in Naperville, Illinois. In other places, power companies have shut off electricity to homes of those protesting the Smart Meters.
May 15, 2013 - 7:51:34 PM

Tom DeWeese
Connecting the Dots: From the United Nations to Your State Government
Proponents of Sustainable Development constantly tell us that their plans are just local. And they deride those who accuse them of imposing an international agenda. Kooks. Fringe Fanatics. Conspiracy Theorists. These are just some of the labels they pin on those fighting to expose Agenda 21. Moreover, they sarcastically ask, "how can an obscure twenty year old document be a threat to local policy? Tsk Tsk."
Apr 16, 2013 - 2:44:42 AM

Tom DeWeese
The Key Word In Opposing a Con Con
Those pushing for a new Constitutional Convention are deluded if they think they can dictate what issues are to be debated. Many proponents of the Con Con are smugly telling legislators in the many states that there is no danger of bad things happening because the states must ratify what they do. The Precedent says otherwise.
Apr 3, 2013 - 8:32:44 AM

Tom DeWeese
Sustainability Marxism
This is what your local planners and development plans are designed to do. This is the direct connection between international Marxism and your local government plans! .. "If we don't overthrown capitalism, we don't have a chance of saving the world ecologically. I think it is possible to have an ecology sound society under socialism. I don't think it's possible under capitalism." Judi Bari (Earth First) "The only hope for the world is to make sure there is not another United States. We can't let other countries have the same number of cars, the amount of industrialization we have In the US. We have to stop these Third World countries right where they are." Michael Oppenheimer (Environmental Defense Fund)
Mar 3, 2013 - 2:40:27 AM

Tom DeWeese
The Equator Principles and Sustainable Poverty
Poverty is unacceptable only as long as it doesn't hurt the environment! What? Say that again? Yes, you heard me. If such action to end poverty and improve people's lives is somehow a threat to the world-wide plan for Sustainable Development, then such development is not to be considered. Believe it or not, there is a worldwide Sustainable Development policy to prohibit funding of development projects in Third World countries, if the projects don't meet the political agenda. It's called the Equator Principles. "The only hope for the world is to make sure there is not another United States. We can't let other countries have the same number of cars, the amount of industrialization we have in the US. We have to stop these Third World countries right where they are." Michael Oppenheimer (Environmental Defense Fund)
Jan 25, 2013 - 12:15:18 AM

Tom DeWeese
The Real Root of School Violence
And while the child's backpack and pockets are checked by the armed force on the way in, the pharmaceutical poison is building up in his blood system, racing to the brain like a lit dynamite fuse. As communities reel from one massive act of student violence after another, most recently in Newtown, Connecticut, the nation looks for answers. How many are looking at the schools themselves as the conduit through which millions of students are drugged with mind-altering drugs?
Jan 13, 2013 - 12:13:32 AM

Tom DeWeese
Why the Founding Fathers Matter
It has become typical in school text books, in public discussions, and in the smug wisdom of Progressives, to diminish the words and actions of those who led the founding of the United States. However, now that the nation has gone through what Al Gore called a "wrenching transformation" away from limited government, free enterprise, and individual liberty (all major ingredients to making the US the freest and most prosperous nation in history) it's time to listen again to their wisdom.
Dec 30, 2012 - 12:57:25 AM

Tom DeWeese
Private Property Ownership is the Only Way to Eradicate Poverty
These schemes are all the same. Take money from the producers and give it to the non-producers. Yet, as billions of dollars are taken for the "cause" poverty steadily increases. If one truly wants to help eliminate poverty, perhaps it's time to rethink the process. To start, ask the question -- why are some nations (and individuals) wealthy and others are so poor. It is becoming increasingly clear that poverty will never be eradicated unless those working on the problem will allow themselves to look for a drastically new way to attack it. Simply put, rather than constantly applying band aids to the effects of poverty, they must look for the cause and fix it.
Nov 20, 2012 - 12:37:37 AM

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