I can’t say, and i won’t say that what happened was in reality part of the United Nations “Agenda 21.” But I will say, it would go along with the advancement of that plan.
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Do the citizens of Pakistan really need a PPO at this time? The two main issues which arise from the PPO are: whether the constitution supports such a law and whether it breaches the fundamental right guaranteed to each citizen of Pakistan. 1,039 more words
Governor Haley vetoed the line item containing funding for the Certificate of need program administered by department. 218 more words
Law & Justice Institute (Qld) Inc. member Professor Heather Douglas recently appeared on the ABC’s 7.30 Report, alongside former Queensland Supreme Court judge, George Fryberg, and former Queensland Solicitor-General, Walter Sofronoff QC, to discuss Attorney-General Bleijie’s disclosure of a private conversation with Queensland Court of Appeal President, Margaret McMurdo AC. 7 more words
This essay was authored by Kevin Gutzman for Nomocracy in Politics.
Rep. Trey Gowdy, R-SC, won plaudits from several corners for a recent House speech decrying President Barack Obama’s behavior as president. 1,018 more words