ACTION ALERT: NC Agenda 21 and NDAA Vote on Wednesday

North Carolina General Assembly


Wednesday, May 30, 2012
4:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. 

Room 544 – Legislative Office Building
300 N. Salisbury Street, Raleigh, NC 27603-5925


Mr. Stewart Rhodes, founder of Oath Keepers ,will be speaking about the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) along with Jeff Lewis, co-founder and National Director of the Patriot Coalition and Rep. Glen Bradley, sponsor of H.R. 982 & H.R. 983.

Mr. Rhodes and Mr. Lewis, along with Patriot Coalition General Counsel Richard D. Fry, co-authored model NDAA resolutions that have been introduced and/or adopted by sheriffs, other law enforcement, county commissions, and state legislators across the country.

Legislators need accurate, honest information to make informed decisions regarding We the People’s business. Provisions in the 2012 & 2013 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) violate no fewer than 14 provisions of the U.S. Constitution, including over half the Bill of Rights, and many more provisions of the North Carolina Constitution and the Declaration of Rights.


Three Things You Can Count On; Death, Taxes, and UN Encroachment

While millions of Americans are barbecuing their way through Memorial weekend, the UN carries on with it’s plans for world domination. This time, or perhaps I should say today, it is through Internet regulation via the International Telecommunication Union. As if it wasn’t enough to worry about CISPA and all the other Internet related bills coming down the pike, Congress will now be considering a UN proposal which, among other things, would give the UN more control over data privacy and cyber security.

For now, it doesn’t seem that lawmakers on either the left or the right are very enthusiastic about this proposal, but then again, some of those folks change their opinion more often than they change their socks. It might be best not to trust them to remain steadfast on this issue.

Their concern over the proposal also raises the question; why are they hearing it in the first place?


House Appropriations Chairman Behind Military Pork

After the Republicans took back control of the House following the November 2010 elections, the GOP leadership went with Kentucky Rep. Hal Rogers—a.k.a. “The Prince of Pork”—to chair the powerful House Appropriations Committee. I wrote at the time that “The support for Rogers from House Republican leaders is a slap in the face of voters who demanded…