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Proud Duncan Hunter supporter since he tossed his hat into the ring. Hunter now...Hunter to the end.

I'm none of your business years old, a woman, a wife of a few decades(a few is three or more...right?) years come January. The Mother of 6 kids, ages 9 yrs.---32 years. Grandmother of 10, (9) living.

Welcome. Get comfortable, empty your ashtry, get yourself a cold one then settle in for a ride through bizarro world. Got that tin-foil hat at your side...within easy reach? Hear black helicopters circling overhead? Now fasten your seatbelts and let's go.

Global Transformation or The New World Order. Who's says we aren't giving our country away piece by piece. What are leaving for our children and grandchildren to cherish and protect?

Most people think the U.S. “contribution” to the U.N. amounts to a couple billion dollars a year. But Senator Tom Coburn has documented that the U.S. funded portion of an annual U.N. budget of $15-$20 billion amounts to between 25 and 30 percent. Under Bush, funding for the U.N. system has grown from $3.1 billion in 2001 to $5.3 billion in 2005.

U.S. contributions to the U.N. system are over $5.3 billion OMB, for the first time ever, reveals how much the taxpayers fund the U.N. The U.S. Office of Management and Budget (OMB) released a report yesterday to Dr. Coburn on contributions of U.S. taxpayers to the United Nations. Before this report, no one in the federal government had ever developed a public compilation of the total U.S. contributions, including non-monetary, to the entire U.N. system.

According to the report, in 2005, the United States gave $5.3 billion to the U.N—a 30% increase from 2004 funding level of $4.1 billion. Almost every Department of the U.S. government plus several independent agencies fund the U.N. Although the U.N. does not track this information or at least does not make such information public, most experts say the total U.N. budget is between $15-20 billion.

The U.S. funded portion is between 25% and 30%. The release of this report is a small first step towards transparency for the U.S. government. The taxpayers donate a considerable amount of cash and in-kind contributions to the U.N., but without knowing where the money is going and exactly how much, it is impossible to judge whether or not this is money well spent.

Agenda 21 Website

Big Media Won't Touch Agenda 21:

World Heritage(UNESCO):

United Nations Division for Sustainable Developement

Smart Growth is Agenda 21"

FTAA: A UN Pedigree, Under UN Powerhttp://"

Security and Prosperity partnership of North America:

Globalization: The National Demise of National Security:


Council on Foreign Relations:

Building A North American Community:

United Nations Control over American Historical Landmarks

Work in progress. (if men in white coats don't come after me with nets, that is)

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