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Cell Phones for the Poor Costs Consumer $1.5 Billion Annually

  According to Fox News, a subsidized federal phone program for poor people cost consumers more than $1.5 billion last year. The Lifeline system provides low-income Americans with free basic cell phones or land-lines and covers up to 250 free minutes … Continue reading

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National Association of Resource Conservation and Development Councils, White House Rural Council: United Nations Agenda 21 at Work?

source: http://www.rcdnet.org/2010-accomplishments/Accomplishments in Fiscal Year 2010 The White House Rural Council is an Executive Branch entity that consists of only high level Administration officials (such as Energy Secretary, Secretary of the Interior, Secretary of Agriculture, etc.). At this time, no … Continue reading

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Govophiles Add 277,000 Federal Jobs in 5 Years; Taxpayers Paying Extra $30 to $50 Billion Annually

Per an article by USA Today newspaper (Dec.26,2011), the federal government has added a net 277,500 employees since September 2006 and raised average salaries 17.3% — or 5.3% after adjusting for inflation. According to estimated calculations, each job would likely cost … Continue reading

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U.S. Presidents’ Roles in Supporting Agenda 21 Goals and Initiatives

Rough Draft: U.S. Presidents’ Roles in Supporting Agenda 21 Goals and Initiatives focusing on issues such as: Treaties, trade agreements, GATT, Doha, Rio 1992, Rio+20, “Free Trade” agreements, International Trade Corridors, Free Immigration Policies, Anti-States Rights, Expanding Central Authority, agenda 21, … Continue reading

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Graphs of Budget Projections: Govophiles in Action

Where are we headed? Under current law, the federal budget is on an unsustainable path, because federal debt will continue to grow much faster than the economy over the long run. Federal Debt Held by the Public Under CBO’s Long-Term Budget … Continue reading

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