Archive for April, 2013
SOUTHERN DEMOCRATS AGAINST U. N. AGENDA 21
Don’t be deflected from speaking out and taking action by those who say that UN Agenda 21/Sustainable Development is a ‘voluntary, 20 year old plan with no teeth.’ In fact it was adopted by your nation and can be seen throughout your town, city, county, state, and country in the regulations and restrictions on your rights, both property and civil.
The perfect analogy is that there’s been a football game going on for 20 years and only one team knows it. They’ve been out on the field making touchdowns while we’ve been in the locker room. Now we’re out on the field, suited up in helmets and pads, and making touchdowns ourselves. Remember: they only come after you when you’ve got the ball.
We do have it. Here is the text of the legislation passed by the Alabama State Legislature (SB 477) and signed into law by Alabama Governor Robert Bentley.
According to the synopsis of the bill within the text: “This bill would prohibit the State of Alabama and its political subdivisions from adopting and developing environmental and developmental policies that, without due process, would infringe or restrict the private property rights of the owner of the property.”
You wouldn’t think we’d need a new law for that, but the new law calls out ICLEI and UN Agenda 21 and requires that Alabama not give or receive funds from NGOs named in the UN Agenda 21 document. The law re-establishes the constitutions of the state of Alabama and the United States as the fundamental rule of law and bars adoption or implementation of policy that contravenes the Constitution.
It will be interesting to see how this plays out in Alabama and to watch the first lawsuits that challenge implementation of Smart Growth/Wildlands policies that will surely be traced to UN Agenda 21/Sustainable Development.
Alabama is the first. Let’s assist our legislators by educating them about UN Agenda 21/Sustainable Development.
We’ve got the ball. Let’s run with it.
found by US Marshals,
charged with sex crimes
US Marshals have arrested a Catawba County man they say has allegedly committed sex crimes against a child.
Nicky Lee Anderson, 41, had multiple outstanding warrants in Catawba County, as a result of alleged sex offenses involving a minor child, according to a news release from the US Marshals Service.
Following the incident, Anderson fled the area to avoid being caught by authorities.
On March 26, warrants were obtained on Anderson in Catawba County for Sexual Offense with a Child, as well as Rape of a Child.
An investigation led by the U.S. Marshals Violent Offenders Task Force from the Western District of North Carolina, revealed that Anderson was in the Tallahassee, Florida area when he was apprehended.
Man found guilty of rape of a child, 6 other charges
A Conover man was convicted on seven charges involving sexual offenses against a child stemming from a 2010 incident, according to a release from the District Attorney’s Office.
Max Tracy Earls, 49, was convicted of felony first degree rape of a child, felony statutory rape, and five other related felony child sexual offenses after a three day trial in Catawba County Criminal Superior Court this week.
The jury deliberated for approximately two and a half hours prior to returning the verdicts of guilty as charged. Earls was sentenced to no less than 540 months and no more than 666 months in the North Carolina Division of Adult Correction.
The offenses occurred in June and November of 2010 in Catawba County, officials said.
“This is a significant victory for the people of Catawba County. I would like to thank Sheriff Coy Reid, the Catawba County Sheriff’s Office, the staff of the Children’s Advocacy and Protection Center of Catawba County and the Catawba County Department of Social Services for their collective work in this investigation. The 666 month sentenced handed down by Judge Boner is exactly what this defendant deserves,” District Attorney James C. Gaither, Jr. said, adding, “Max Earls will spend the rest of his life in prison.”