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Massachusetts Republican Assembly Harnesses Grassroots Support – Seeks Accountability From MassGOP Party Elite.
With very little time to attempt the impossible, MARA organizers quickly set up a statewide effort to secure the 10,000 signatures needed to place Michael Sullivan on the April ballot. Signature collection teams were dispersed across the Commonwealth. We are cautiously optimistic that MARA’s commitment to securing the required number of signatures will prove successful.
Here’s the top 10 stories of 2012–an insight into the topics and issues that readers had on their minds. Some of these stories reflect national news–such as the demise of Osama bin Laden–and others point towards a growing independence from mainstream media–such as the continued interest in Agenda 21. Republican Assembly activity featured prominently among the year’s top stories and generated significant traffic
The U.N.’s International Telecommunications Union (ITU) holds a conference next month in which everything from new internet taxes, to new censorship rules, to new internet regulations will be in play. The new regulations and taxes alone could force “websites like Google, Facebook, and Netflix to pay fees to network operators around the world.”
The party has long since learned that fiscal, social and sovereignty issues cannot be ignored or separated, but must be addressed as all part of a national campaign.
In the eyes of the leftist community organizers who trained Obama, suburbs are instruments of bigotry and greed — a way of selfishly refusing to share tax money with the urban poor.
These “studio and one-bedroom apartments” will be no bigger than 275 to 300 sq ft. These tiny living spaces are smaller than currently allowed by building regulations . . .
The United Nations’ Rio+20 summit will convene in Rio de Janeiro to revisit the blueprint laid out 20 years earlier with Agenda 21.
Roping off national parks to the public and limiting opportunities for recreation, which in some cases were at the request of environmental groups, is a growing trend that lawmakers say they will examine during an oversight hearing of a House Resources subcommittee on April 27.
“If you look at the catalyst for the entire initiative, it comes from the playbook of environmental groups that think the ocean ought to be controlled by the federal government,” [Rep. Bill Flores (R-Texas)] said.
Awareness of Agenda 21 and Sustainable Development is racing across the nation as citizens in community after community are learning what their city planners are actually up to.