CFACT Undercover: Exposing radical UN sustainability conference

“Nobody wants to talk about population control…Well we can’t kill everybody…” David Terungwa, Executive Director, Global Initiative for Food Security and Ecosystem Preservation. Hundreds of youth are attending the UN panels, where panelists call for extreme population control and centralized planning. “We need to change behavior at an individual’s level. We must start acting now,” Satay Tripathi, UN Assistant Secretary General. Those were just a few of the radical comments from speakers at the United Nations’ 68th Annual Conference for Civil Societies, taking place in Salt Lake City, Utah this week. CFACT’s on-the-ground operative is attending the conference under-cover, [...]

By |2019-08-27T11:50:36-05:00August 27th, 2019|Climate, Conferences, Property|Comments Off on CFACT Undercover: Exposing radical UN sustainability conference

Antiquities Act, eminent domain threaten American families

Some 500 families were relocated 80 years ago when the federal government used the Antiquities Act of 1906 to create Shenandoah National Park. Today, a private company is seeking to use eminent domain (despite having an alternate route) to destroy farmland and displace or negatively impact about 2,700 families. There is a better way.

By |2016-09-18T09:35:27-05:00September 17th, 2016|Environment, General Information, Property|Comments Off on Antiquities Act, eminent domain threaten American families

Courts tackling Clean Water Act abuses

The U.S. Supreme Court ruled unanimously that the North Dakota-based Hawkes Co., which had planned to mine peat from property in Minnesota, could challenge in court a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Army Corps) ruling declaring the property counted as “regulated wetlands” without first having to go through the costly process necessary to obtain a permit to disturb wetlands.

By |2016-07-22T08:33:09-05:00July 19th, 2016|Property|Comments Off on Courts tackling Clean Water Act abuses