Thursday, February 5, 2009

Where Are The Elders of Israel?

It looks as if the American people's voices are being heard above the din in Washington. The so-called stimulus bill, which is pork-laden and has very little to do with stimulating the economy, may have hit a snag. According to an article on the National Review Online, the democrats in the Senate are admitting that they don't have enough votes to pass the bill in its present form. The article also details some of the ridiculous expenditures listed in the bill. The link below will take you to the entire article.

Another concern that's rearing its ugly head again is the Kyoto treaty. Supposedly, if a country signs on to the treaty, which even Bill Clinton refused to do, each country would get a limited number of carbon dioxide credits. If the country's usage is under its limit of credits, it can trade the excess to the countries that are over the limit. Huh? Does that make sense to anybody? This is another attempt to globalize the United States and to enslave this country and its citizens by global warming fear mongering. We are, at least for the time being, a sovereign country, and should never sign on to anything that puts us in the "global community." In the past, liberals have tried to shove this down our throats under the guise of Cap and Trade. Now that the democrats have a majority in Congress and a very liberal President, the dems will again try to get this bill passed. Senator Barbara Boxer, California Democrat, has said that she will draft a cap and trade legislation for the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions in as little as the next few weeks and definitely before the end of the year.


This one is really frightening. A United Nations human rights treaty that could prohibit children from being spanked or homeschooled, ban youngsters from facing the death penalty and forbid parents from deciding their families' religion is on America's doorstep, a legal expert warns.

Michael Farris of Purcellville, Va., is president of, chairman of the Home School Legal Defense Association and chancellor of Patrick Henry College. He told World Net Daily that under the U.N. Convention on the Rights of the Child, or CRC, every decision a parent makes can be reviewed by the government to determine whether it is in the child's best interest. The link below will take you to the entire article.

Please call and/or e-mail your elected officials and voice your concerns. This country is sinking fast, and it's up to us to save it.

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