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Monthly Archives: December 2012

TRANSFER OF DEVELOPMENT RIGHTS

TRANSFER OF DEVELOPMENT RIGHTS Managing growth of the county/local government decides which sections of the county it will deny the right to develop – “sending zone.” This includes a private land owner’s right to construct any structure on his property. … Continue reading

“Infill “…it’s what on the zoning menu for your town too.

 Friends of Neighborhood Zoning writes: “You moved into your home and never thought that someone could demolish the home next door and put two in it’s place. Look across the street. Three houses could be six. Don’t think only old … Continue reading

Portland Mall Shooter Stopped by CCW holder, Media lies by omission.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BuLgO4wo4xI&feature=player_embedded Are you surprised you are lied to?  You shouldn’t be. They’ve been lying to us for a very long time.  It’s time to wake up.  

Are you nuts? You are now!

The industry of modern psychiatry has officially gone insane. Virtually every emotion experienced by a human being — sadness, grief, anxiety, frustration, impatience, excitement — is now being classified as a “mental disorder” demanding chemical treatment (with prescription medications, of … Continue reading

EVERYONE NEEDS TO UNDERSTAND THEY LIVE IN A WATERSHED!

http://www.keepourrights.org/watersheds.htm WATERSHEDS by Ray Simmons         A recent article in a local weekly newspaper, The Beacon, centered around meetings being held to discuss the preservation of the Cahaba river. There was talk about the Cahaba watershed and steps that need … Continue reading

The Delphi Technique

The Delphi Technique was originally conceived as a way to obtain the opinion of experts without necessarily bringing them together face to face. In Educating for the New World Order by Bev Eakman, the reader finds reference upon reference for … Continue reading

Hegelian Dialectic

The essence of the Hegelian Dialectic is to assume opposing views (the thesis and the antithesis) and to work toward a resolution that both sides can accept (the synthesis). This sounds like a very reasonable approach (which it is in … Continue reading

SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE”

  “SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE”   As Tony the Tiger says, it sure sounds  “G-RR-EAT!! “  You know, we have read glowing reports and articles about “sustainable agriculture.” Here are just some of the coming changes to the new agricultural system: 1. … Continue reading