Agenda 21: ‘The Agenda That Wasn’t Really There’

Agenda 21: ‘The Agenda That Wasn’t Really There’
Judi McLeod Full Story

Maurice Strong, United Nations, Agenda 21Some day when historians are sifting through the ashes of what was once the Free West trying to determine what happened,  they will discover that freedom was lost through ‘The Agenda That Wasn’t Really There’.
Obama’s Communist Mentor
Alan Caruba Full Story

I have been reading about Frank Marshall Davis since Dr. Jerome Corsi tried to warn Americans about Barack Obama in his 2008 book, “The Obama Nation: Leftist Politics and the Cult of Personality.”

Dr. Corsi noted that “On December 5, 1956, Frank Marshall Davis appeared in executive session before the U.S. Senate subcommittee investigating ‘the scope of Soviet activity in the United States. It was one of the McCarthy-era committees seeking to expose communist considered to be a security threat. A year earlier, in 1955, the Commission on Subversive Activities organized by the government of the territory of Hawaii identified Davis as a member of the Communist Party USA.”
The American Dream, Or The Dreams Of Obama’s Father?
Austin Hill Full Story

You think President Obama is avoiding the subject of the economy?

Think again.
That answers that
Jerry Philipson Full Story

The General Council of the United Church of Canada just passed a resolution calling for a partial boycott of Israeli goods, to widespread ridicule, anger, opprobrium, contempt and sadness.
The World of Tomorrow
Daniel Greenfield Full Story

The slogan under which Obama hopes to win the next four years is “Forward”. “Forward” is the quintessential progressive slogan, progressives being people who are so forward-thinking that they want to remake the 21st Century in line with their 19th Century ideas. Progressivism, like so many other flavors of futurism, is so new it’s old. It’s the world of tomorrow as imagined by men with top hats and full beards whose Twitter-wielding descendants are still shouting, “March Forward!” at us 150 years later.

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