Poverty, environment, even traffic fatalities: UN’s sweeping sustainable development goals aim to fix everything — on paper

George Russell FoxNews.com 7/21/2014

End global hunger and all forms of malnutrition and poverty by 2030, along with all urban slums around the world. Halve the number of deaths from road traffic accidents globally (an estimated 1.24 million in 2010, according to the World Health Organization) by the same date—and “reduce levels of violence and […]

Obama uses executive order in sweeping takeover of nation's climate change policies

Perry Chiaramonte FoxNews.com 11/1/2013

Through the stroke of a pen, President Obama on Friday used his executive powers to elevate and take control of climate change policies in an attempt to streamline sustainability initiatives – and potentially skirt legislative oversight and push a federal agenda on states.

The executive order establishes a task force of […]

Dr. Michael Coffman Discusses Agenda 21 v. Personal Property Rights

South Carolina Tea Party Coalition Convention via Tea Party Patriots 1/13/2013

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Obama Administration’s Plan to Coerce People out of Their Cars

Ronald Utt, Ph.D. Heritage.org WebMemo #2536 7/10/2009

Secretary of Transportation Ray LaHood remarked in May that his livability initiative “is a way to coerce people out of their cars.” When asked if this was government intrusion into people’s lives, LaHood responded that “about everything we do around here is government intrusion in people’s lives,” a […]

Executive Order 13547: ‘The Sleeping Power Grab’

Erika Johnsen HotAir.com 4/21/2012

To be fair, President Obama’s executive-order output hasn’t unreasonably outpaced that of his predecessors – his especial willingness to actively circumvent Congress and snatch huge gobs of power for the federal bureaucracy only makes it feel like he has.

In July of 2010, President Obama signed executive order 13547 – “Stewardship […]

World Bank proposes global coalition to save oceans

Breitbart.com 2/23/2012

The World Bank was on Friday to propose a coalition of governments, global organisations and other groups to protect the oceans, aiming to raise $1.5 billion in the next five years for the purpose.

World Bank president Robert Zoellick was to tell a global conference in Singapore that the new partnership would bring […]