Will Armed Sheriff’s Deputies Stop the Criminal EPA? January 13, 2014 – Agenda 21, Featured, Main – Tagged: agenda 21, dave hodges, eo 13603, EPA, going green, governor jerry brown, police state, puffing, riverton, sb 1, sustainable communities, the common sense show, tyranny, wyoming – 18 comments Dave Hodges January 13, 2014 The Common Sense Show tyranny Agenda 21,
or Earth First as it is now being called, spells doom for the Republic. As millions of documents have demonstrated, its policies are the antithesis of private property ownership, personal liberty, unaccountable and tyrannical administration of justice, anti-family and anti-representative government. Yet, like a flock of good little sheep, we continue to acquiesce to the tyranny. If your community does not presently have an Lexington Green, it may be time to build your center of resistance which will stand up to federal tyranny.
There is nowhere our people are safe from a tyrannical government gone crazy. As you are being evicted from your home, are you going to continue to watch your favorite reality TV show on your mobile device during the eviction process? Attention sheep of America, there is nowhere left to hide. Nowhere is there an organization like the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). The EPA is made up people who delight in spreading misery and tyranny to as many Americans as possible. They make up their own rules, enforce these rules retroactively and they are not accountable to anyone. The EPA is the enemy of the people and strong action needs to be taken against this criminal enterprise organization. The EPA and Your Car The reach of EPA is getting to the point where no American is safe from ruination from its dictatorial policies. For example, under EPA policies, the Arctic Vortex is making criminals out of anybody who drives a car. All across the nation, from Maryland to Colorado, states are adopting EPA regulations against warming up your car by prohibiting the practice they call “puffing”. Many officials have their local community participate in the TV show Bait Car, in which local law enforcement entices a person to commit a crime (i.e. stealing a car) that they might otherwise not commit by leaving the keys in the ignition. Yet, these same states will fine you up to $1,000 for leaving your keys in the ignition of a vehicle which is not in motion. And what is truly behind these ridiculous policies? Why, it is the EPA who claim that they want cleaner air for everyone. We would not want to confuse the EPA with the facts. For example, General Motors (GM) actually issued a statement encouraging remote starters on their cars we they recently said that warming up a car actually reduces pollutants. GM states that “because the catalyst that traps the unburned hydrocarbons only activates once the engine is warm”. Yet, the EPA issued a report that claims modern vehicles need little warm-up. Idling for long periods in cold weather can actually cause excessive engine wear. Of course, as it is with the rest of the EPA’s policies, their policies are not backed up by legitimate science. Rather, the EPA rules by pseudo-scientific edict and their rulings always fly in the face of the public’s interest……………… EXCERPT !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! via Will Armed Sheriff’s Deputies Stop the Criminal EPA? | Dave Hodges – The Common Sense Show.
The recently approved use of E15 fuel made from blending gasoline and ethanol could damage vehicles and void warranties says the American Automobile Association (AAA), which is urging the federal government to ban it from the market.
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) approved the fuel earlier this summer, but AAA says only five percent of vehicles on the road are approved by the manufacturers to use the special blend they say causes significant problems such as accelerated engine wear and failure, fuel-system damage and false “check engine” warning lights.
The auto club conducted a recent survey it says identifies confusion among consumers as to which vehicles can use the fuel — 95 percent of those surveyed had never heard of E15, which contains 15 percent ethanol.
Campaign Spot reader Michaelwrites in, having examined the claim of the missing Republican voters — the drop off from McCain’s 2008 total to Romney’s 2012. Immediately after the election, many were left incredulous in response to the apparent news that Romney received 3 million fewer votes than McCain did.
Ron Paul: Election Shows U.S. ‘Far Gone’
November 8, 2012, 11:56AM
Rep. Ron Paul, whose maverick presidential bids shook the GOP, said in the wake of this week’s elections that the country has already veered over the fiscal cliff and he sees no chance of righting ship in a country where too many people are dependent on government.
“We’re so far gone. We’re over the cliff,” the Texas Republican told Bloomberg Television‘s “In the Loop” program. “We cannot get enough people in Congress in the next 5-10 years who will do wise things.”
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From the “how’s that for irony” file comes a report that the judge that signed off on the GM bailouthas been having second thoughts, because — surprise, surprise, surprise — he wasn’t informed about part of the deal.
Here we go again. Déjà vu all over again as General Motors spreads rumors that they are tired of being Government Motors and they are so cash rich that they offered to buy Treasury’s taxpayer-funded stake in the company.
In typical deceptive GM fashion, sources were not named and spokesman Jim Cain refused to confirm the rumors. This is not the first time GM played the rumor game, as I previously wrote about over a year ago.
Reuters‘ article earlier this week created quite a buzz when it suggested that General Motors was losing $49,000 on every ChevyVolt sold. While many continue to debate just how much money GM loses on the politically-motivated car, a more important story on the Volt was reported by Automotive.com last week which explained the increase in August sales
numbers for the vehicle.
The piece exposes how GM (along with taxpayers) is heavily subsidizing leases and even gets an embarrassing admission from GM on the struggling Volt that, “The whole idea is we’re creating a market.” And this blockbuster, “There is no plug-in market.”