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Haven of Vermont: Food Sovereignty, Agenda 21 and Corporate Personhood

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I am posting 3 articles that I see as "the latest State trend"  Food Sovereignty, Agenda 21 and Corporate Personhood. What do they all have in common? State Sovereignty, the 10th amendment ie. Nullification. Sorry if this is all "old news" to you all, I am in India and my internet access is limited. Peace and Light to you all from the shores of the Ganga River in Varinasi (Kashi). – Simha Bode

Check out my other Blog @  http://vermont4evolution.wordpress.com

North Carolina Farmers Freedom Protection Act

www.ncga.state.nc.us/gascripts/BillLookUp/BillLookUp.pl

(article in  Carolina Journal) NC pushes Back against Fed. Gov. -http://lincolntribune.com/?p=6138

Maryland County abolishes Agenda 21 – now it’s your turn
 
The November elections marked a sea change in the political landscape at every level of government nationwide. Right now, all eyes are focused on the Wisconsin standoff between Governor Scott Walker and the public employee unions. But under the radar, completely overlooked by the mass media, is the unprecedented move recently taken by newly-elected Carroll County, Maryland Commissioners Richard Rothschild, Robin FrazierHaven Shoemaker, Dave Roush and Doug Howard, who abolished the County’s Office of Sustainability. They then voted unanimously to drop out of the UN’s International Council for Local Environmental Initiatives (ICLEI). They are the first governmental organization to do so

full article – http://www.examiner.com/independent-in-washington-dc/agenda-21-part-iii-maryland-county-abolishes-agenda-21-now-it-s-your-turn

U.S. Supreme Court declines to hear challenge to Washington state disclosure law

 (from Citizens United)

The U.S. Supreme Court this week declined to hear a conservative organization’s challenge of Washington state’s law requiring campaign donors to be identified. Human Life of Washington sued over the law, claiming it violated the First Amendment. The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals sided with the state, saying donors should be identified.

Haven of Vermont: Food Sovereignty, Agenda 21 and Corporate Personhood

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February 28th, 2011 at 7:00 pm